Scott Direct win Falkirk Business Award

Scott Direct win Falkirk Business Award

Leading trade supplies retailer, Scott Direct (formerly Fasco), was presented with the Best Sales and Marketing Award at last night’s Falkirk Herald Business Awards, held at the Inchyra Grange Hotel, Falkirk.

Charles Quinn, Scott Direct Operations Director, said: “We’re delighted to have won this award, which recognises the dedication and hard work of our team, particularly over the last few months following our rebranding.”

“As a business we are continually focused on the needs and requirements of our customers, and this award is testament to our achievements in this regard.”

Since its acquisition by the Scott Group, Scott Direct has enjoyed significant and sustained growth, and is aiming to establish a national presence across the UK, in addition to developing its e-commerce business, and continuing to grow towards a turnover of £20 million.

Scott Direct is a complete supplier to the industrial market, offering customers in a variety of sectors a one stop shop for a whole range of essential products such as hand and power tools, protective clothing, trade supplies, corporate branded materials and commercial insurance. With retail outlets in both Grangemouth (Earls Gate Business Park) and Stirling (Springkerse Industrial Estate) as well as Shetland (Gremista Industrial Estate, Lerwick), Scott Direct also provides a mail order service and an online shop.

Scott Direct is a member of the Scott Group, which was founded in 1987, and today employs over 1000 people UK-wide. It provides leading organisations with essential supplies including pallets, packaging, agricultural boxes, commercial property and a large range of tools, work wear and safety equipment. The business is committed to ensuring customers are at the forefront of the latest industry developments and thrives on finding the most effective solutions for customers with the aims of providing quality products and a professional, straight-talking service at a competitive price.

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