Fairprice Mobility expands reach over Scottish business with third outlet

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Fairprice Mobility, based in Fife, has opened a third retail outlet which is part of a move to expand its market share in Scotland.

The 18-year-old company has experienced growth recently after launching its second site in Perth in 2016.

Its third shop is allowing it to reach more areas of business and the dealer now covers most of Scotland, including the Highlands and islands, Aberdeen and the Central Belt.

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The family firm has 18 staff members and after launching in 2005, began targeting hospitals and care homes.

Founder John Thomson told a local newspaper that a major strength of the company is to satisfy the demands of its customers with high-quality and cost-effective products from top manufacturers.

He told The Courier: “We constantly strive to improve our performance by keeping a strong relationship with our manufacturers to ensure that we receive up-to-date information on products which we can then pass to our customers.

“We stock a wide range of products including electric care beds, scooters, wheelchairs, rise and recline chairs, wet rooms, stair lifts (straight and curved), ramps and health aids

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