Caulders buys two garden centres from Dobbies

Family-owned Caulders has expanded its business by buying two garden centres from Dobbies.
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The company adds the Kinross and Cumbernauld outlets to its five garden centres across central Scotland.
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The two acquisitions were among Dobbies’ smaller properties. The larger firm said the sale was in line with its strategy of building a “destination garden centre business”.
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All 43 staff at Kinross and Cumbernauld will transfer.
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Dobbies CEO Graeme Jenkins said: ?We’re pleased to have agreed the sale of our two smallest centres.
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“We would like to thank our fantastic colleagues at these centres. We wish them well for the next stage of their career under Caulders? ownership.
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?The sale of these two centres is in line with Dobbies? wider growth and expansion strategy. We’re focusing on growing our stall with larger destination garden centres.?
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Caulders MD Colin Barrie said: ?We are looking forward to welcoming our new team members to the Caulders family. And to working with them to develop these fantastic garden centres over the years to come.
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?They are superb teams who have created successful garden centres for their communities. The centres are a great fit for us and a welcome addition to our family business.?
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The sale will complete this month, with the centres reopening as Caulders Garden Centres soon.

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