Meadow View Stone – Transforming Garden Centres

18th October 2018

Meadow View Stone welcomed new and existing customers on their stand at Glee this year within their hospitality area. It was kindly hosted by Halewood International who served hot & cold drinks along with a selection of their award-winning gins.

Meadow View have seen a major transformation in their product collections and point of sale merchandising during the last year, with Glee being the platform to fully showcase the quality of the products, range and merchandising that is now on offer.

With the POS already trialled at a selection of stockists Meadow View rolled out this proven platform for growth, by utilising their six key objectives which have helped them transform garden centres through: -

  1. Increasing sales, basket spend and the average sales value
  1. Providing a ‘step up’ in the quality of the products on offer
  2. Offering a collection of unique and exclusive products
  3. Promoting flexible pricing
  4. Creating merchandising displays that strongly drive sales
  5. Supplying products that reflect current trends in hard landscaping

Meadow View Stone’s parent company are the UK’s largest importer of decorative aggregates in the UK. This gives them access to an extensive selection of uniquely sourced products that are supplied into three strategically situated dockside storage facilities for further onward supply to their three production sites. 

Product availability is assured with over £3million pounds of stock holding which is distributed across the three sites to give strong logistical savings. Furthermore with on-site washing facilities all premium products are supplied washed, resulting in cleaner, more accurately sized products of far superior quality than all other competitors.

With a clear advantage on the quality of the products supplied along with innovative new merchandising that delivers strong sales and key logistical savings for their customers, it’s easy to understand how Meadow View are transforming the Garden Centre sector.

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