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Motocaddy wheels out new trolley store
February 11, 2010


Motocaddy has added 6,000 sq ft of warehouse space at its Hertfordshire headquarters to cope with strong demand for its innovative and award-winning product range.

Sales of Motocaddy trolleys have grown by an average of 28% over the last three years and this latest in a series of expansions - into a large neighbouring unit at its base near Stanstead Airport - means Motocaddy now occupies 15,000 sq ft, more than twice as much floor space as when the company first moved there in February 2006.

Motocaddy HQ - 15,000 sq ft and growing...

The extra warehouse allows Motocaddy to stock more products, including its three popular trolley models in a variety of colours, plus six new bag designs and a wide range of batteries and accessories.

“The warehouse expansion illustrates just how much Motocaddy has grown as a brand since we launched in 2005,” said Rod Brown, Managing Director of Motocaddy Ltd. “It also allows us to plan ahead for an even more successful future, both in the UK and abroad.”

The Motocaddy S3 Digital powered trolley The Motocaddy S3 Digital powered trolley
The Motocaddy S3 Digital: Nine digitally controlled speed settings, three distance readouts, battery meter and adjustable distance control, with the S-Series Cart Bag

Motocaddy has recently introduced re-styled versions of the pioneering S3 Digital and S1 Digital electric trolleys, as well as a range of innovative accessories and its first ladies’ trolley and bags.

For further information visit www.motocaddy.com.








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