Business site expansion helps supplier Green-tech add turnover and staff in 2011

Landscaping and horticulture supplier Green-tech increased turnover from £7.1m to £9.6m in 2011 and increased staff by eight to 42.

The Yorkshire company also opened three new topsoil production sites and extended its premises with a tree-planting supplies store and extra office space.

Green-tech, founded by Richard and Rachel Kay in 1994, now manufactures and distributes 3,000 products to the Forestry Commission, local authorities, health authorities, hotel chains, sports grounds and facilities management enterprises in the UK as well as exporting.

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