Fiskars gardening brands move to Nottingham

Fiskars Brands UK has completed the integration of its UK sites, moving customer services and logistics from its site in Bridgend to Nottingham.

There is now one central office for all brands including Fiskars garden tools, Sankey, Kitchen Devils and Fiskars Scissors.

During November Fiskars has been operating both sites in conjunction. If a retailer has an account with one brand, they now have access to all product ranges.

Fiskars Brands UK MD Andrew Smith said: "Our strategy is to focus on product innovation and design that meet the needs of our trade customers and the end consumer. We’re also continuing our substantial investment in trade and consumer marketing, including the launch of a major TV campaign for Fiskars – a first for a garden hand tools company."

The new address is Fiskars Brands UK Ltd, Bennerley Road, Bulwell, Nottingham NG6 8PE, United Kingdom. T: 0115 9277 335.


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