Ableworld will open one of its largest stores to date in the summer when it launches an outlet in Stafford.
The new company-managed store will be nearly 5,000 square foot and able to stock an extensive range of products.
While details of the new showroom are scant, the company said that the announcement “confirms how committed [it is] to [its] ongoing future growth and improvement plans”.
There are currently just a handful of other mobility retailers in the West Midlands town along with a Shopmobility service.
The town is less than 30 miles from Birmingham, Stoke-on-Trent and Wolverhampton and has a strong catchment of potential customers.
Last month the retailer relocated its Gloucester branch to larger and more accessible premises in the retailer’s latest move to improve and expand its portfolio of mobility stores.
The relocation of the Gloucester store is part of Ableworld’s ongoing future growth and improvement plans. Ableworld’s Congleton store relocated to a nearby premises more than double the size of its former site in March.
The retailer opened its largest-ever store last year – a 6,000 square foot site in Llandudno, North Wales. The shop has room for a café, meeting room and even a scooter test track.
In the last year Ableworld has been concentrating on its present portfolio by enlarging the sales spaces in stores including Newport and Crewe by taking over neighbours’ space.