Scottish-based retailer opens new store

Fairprice Mobility has expanded its reach by opening a third shop in Forfar, providing customers access to its wide range of mobility equipment such as walkers, wheelchairs, scooters and stairlifts.

Opening the store on Forfar high street at the end of February, Fairprice Mobility says the new retail outlet aims to offer disabled and elderly customers the opportunity to buy useful mobility aids and fill a gap in the local marketplace.

Additionally, the company provides equipment and services to hospitals and care homes as well as offers home visits for customers where measuring, assessment and fitting can be carried out.

Founder of Fairprice Mobility, John Thomson, commented on the company’s success: "A major strength of our company is to satisfy the demands of our customers with high quality and cost-effective products from the world’s leading manufacturers.”

"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.”

Fairprice Mobility was started by John over 18 years ago in his garden shed. Now, the business has 18 staff members and covers most of Scotland, including the Highlands and islands, Aberdeen and the Central Belt.

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