Wednesday, February 28, 2024

Continued expansion for pet treats manufacturer

Commercial property agents and consultants, Salloway, have let a 7,750 sq ft industrial unit to Pet Treats Wholesale Ltd.

Unit 6, Crown Industrial Estate is located at Anglesey Rd, Burton upon Trent, and provides a larger packing and fulfilment provision for Pet Treats’ continued business growth.

Business founder and owner, Dominic Jolivet said: “Pet Treats has its roots firmly established in Burton upon Trent. From humble beginnings using just a single oven, to becoming the largest manufacturer of gourmet sausages for dogs in the UK, Pet Treats Wholesale Ltd. has been supplying treats to dogs (and their owners) since 2011.

“We manufacture our range of sausages, sticks, slices, and pate, as well as many of our dried natural products, using British meat, right here in our factory in Staffordshire. For everything else, we only work with trusted UK and EU suppliers, to ensure your pets are getting the very best natural treats.

“We sell to members of the public directly from our website and store, as well as to trade and wholesale customers, including large companies with multiple stores nationwide.”

Director, Louis Jolivet added: “Due to our continued growth, we needed to find a larger unit to house our packing and fulfilment part of the business. Personal thanks to Simon – local Salloway agent, for alerting me to this unit as it was coming to market and for the speed in which lease matters were progressed. From initially viewing the unit to taking occupation, the whole process took just 6 weeks!”

Salloway commercial agency surveyor, Simon Walker said: “Timing was crucial for this lease deal to happen, and all parties are extremely happy that letting terms were agreed and matters concluded very swiftly.

“It is always a joy to witness continued success and growth with any local business in the area and I am delighted that Unit 6 Crown Industrial Estate was a very suitable and timely property solution to be able to provide to Pet Treats.”

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