Turfitt to move to new custom-built premises

Turfitt -- a leading supplier of turf to Scotland -- will move to new custom-built premises in 2010.

The company has outgrown its existing location at Kirkness Farm, near Fife, and the new site will provide room for further expansion.

Director William Baird said: "We have been at our current premises for the past 14 years and have outgrown the space. As the business has grown, the need became apparent for our premises to grow too. The new custom-built premises are literally around the corner from where we are at the moment and will give us a much-improved, customer-friendly facility."

The company expects to be able to offer a wider range of products including topsoil, bark, fertilisers and moss and lime treatments thanks to the extra space.

It hopes to complete the move early next year.


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