Scotbark launches into retail with online shop

Scotbark, the UK landscape supplies specialist, has launched a new website and online shop.

The new site has been developed to support growth of the company’s online sales, and improves many aspects of the customer experience. Visitors will see a better browsing and buying experience on both desktop and mobile devices.

Scotbark specialise in the manufacture and supply of garden and landscaping products and has 30 years’ experience in the gardening and landscaping industries. Previous clients include Tern TV’s The Beechgrove Garden and The SSE Hydro in Glasgow. The company is now exploring growth within the retail market.

Stuart Catto, partner in Scotbark, said: "Our first e-commerce site was launched in 2009 and proved a great success amongst our customers. However, it had remained relatively unchanged and had long been an area where we’d seen potential for growth. The redevelopment of the site means visitors now experience a vibrant and seamless online experience with Scotbark."

The site features a new design; an enhanced product display; and a secure online shop. The shop is home to a range of products including: decorative bark and chips, gravel and stones, topsoil, and safety surfacing. Supplied in bulk bags, Scotbark’s products are delivered from their Glasgow depot, to homes across the UK at no extra cost.

The new site is also a point of reference for Scotbark’s landscaping, wholesale, and local authority clients; serving as an information centre for the company’s trade products and services. Scotbark’s unique Express Blower installation service and Filtrexx – a green technology from the US – are featured.

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