Sunday, March 3, 2024

Woodlands Home & Garden Group acquires modular garden building business

Leeds-based Woodlands Home & Garden Group has completed the acquisition of Smart Modular Ltd (trading as My Modular), a modular garden building business with a network of skilled installation specialists, based in Otley.

The firm’s portfolio of products will be rebranded and become part of the Tiger range over coming months.

The modular operation will be based at Woodlands Home & Garden Group’s manufacturing facility at Thornbury alongside the Log Cabin production team, and Stuart Davison, the founder of My Modular, will join the Woodlands board as Commercial Director, to further develop the modular category and to support the wider growth plans of the group.

Ross Moran, Chief Executive of Woodlands Home & Garden Group, said: “As part of our strategy, we are committed to helping our customers find their perfect space, by offering them an extensive selection of high-quality garden buildings that showcase the best possible range of designs, budgets and uses.

“As a result of our analysis of the market, product, and service proposition, we concluded that it would make sense to bring in specific expertise, and the right level of experience, innovation and quality required so that we could enter the market as quickly and effectively as possible. We are delighted to welcome Stuart and his team to the group, and we look forward to working with them to create further growth for the business.”

The news comes as three members of the senior leadership team at Woodlands have been promoted to join the main board of directors: Graham Parlett to Finance Director, Lauren Coley to Product Director, and Agata Choma to Operations Director.

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