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We were really pleased to welcome LPD Electrical to its new premises at Moss Industrial Estate last week.

The independent electrical wholesaler was previously based in a much smaller unit at the back of the industrial estate but, after years of steady growth, it has now moved to a very prominent and much larger 4,000 sq ft unit directly on St. Helens Road, at the main entrance of the estate.

The move offers its domestic and trade customers greater accessibility with on site parking as well as a much larger range of products.

The business was founded in Leigh in 1997 and offers a wealth of electrical and wiring products to commercial and industrial customers, as well as to the general public. It also operates branches in Southport and Old Trafford.

Vincent Priest, founder and managing director, said: “Our new unit is much bigger and brighter than our old unit and it is extremely visible. We have had so many people dropping in asking if we are a new business, because they have never seen us before. We now have a huge front counter to serve our customers and we can display more stock out front, as well as a much larger range of goods in our warehouse area.

“This move will be really good for us and has come at an ideal time. We have a very strong local customer base, but we can also deliver right across the UK. Our new unit is not only very visible but is much easier for our customers to drop in as we now have fantastic parking facilities too.

“Moss Industrial Estate has a brilliantly diverse range of businesses, and we supply to other tenants too. There is fantastic security here and the site is well maintained. I’m very proud of how far we have come, and the future is certainly looking bright.”
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We were really pleased to welcome LPD Electrical to its new premises at Moss Industrial Estate last week.

The independent electrical wholesaler was previously based in a much smaller unit at the back of the industrial estate but, after years of steady growth, it has now moved to a very prominent and much larger 4,000 sq ft unit directly on St. Helens Road, at the main entrance of the estate.

The move offers its domestic and trade customers greater accessibility with on site parking as well as a much larger range of products.

The business was founded in Leigh in 1997 and offers a wealth of electrical and wiring products to commercial and industrial customers, as well as to the general public. It also operates branches in Southport and Old Trafford.

Vincent Priest, founder and managing director, said: “Our new unit is much bigger and brighter than our old unit and it is extremely visible. We have had so many people dropping in asking if we are a new business, because they have never seen us before. We now have a huge front counter to serve our customers and we can display more stock out front, as well as a much larger range of goods in our warehouse area.

“This move will be really good for us and has come at an ideal time. We have a very strong local customer base, but we can also deliver right across the UK. Our new unit is not only very visible but is much easier for our customers to drop in as we now have fantastic parking facilities too.

“Moss Industrial Estate has a brilliantly diverse range of businesses, and we supply to other tenants too. There is fantastic security here and the site is well maintained. I’m very proud of how far we have come, and the future is certainly looking bright.”

Now that the sun is shining, have you considered cycling to work?

We have installed a brand new bike store near the entrance to the industrial estate where you can lock your bike and maybe take a ride around Pennington Flash in your lunch break?

Would you consider cycling to work or bringing your bike with you and taking advantage of the nearby cycle network during the summer?
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Now that the sun is shining, have you considered cycling to work? 

We have installed a brand new bike store near the entrance to the industrial estate where you can lock your bike and maybe take a ride around Pennington Flash in your lunch break?

Would you consider cycling to work or bringing your bike with you and taking advantage of the nearby cycle network during the summer?
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