Contractors’ tools suppliers opens £3.75m depot in Highbridge

PUBLISHED: 21:00 03 May 2018

P F Cusack's managing director, Phil Cusack (left) with Tim Cooney (right), senior relationship manager at Allied Irish Bank.

P F Cusack's managing director, Phil Cusack (left) with Tim Cooney (right), senior relationship manager at Allied Irish Bank.


One of the UK’s leading suppliers of contractors’ tools, equipment and traffic management products has opened a depot in Highbridge.

PF Cusack has moved into a 25,000sq.ft development on a two-acre site costing £3.75million, which was supported by Allied Irish Bank (AIB).

The base has created 20 jobs and the 3,000-strong product range will allow the company to serve customers in the South West and South Wales.

Managing director Phil Cusack said: “Premises with the right amount of outdoor space for a business like ours are hard to find, so when we spotted this site in Bennett Road, we decided to build our own.

“The backing of AIB has been instrumental in bringing this to fruition.

“The year ahead is looking strong, particularly in the utilities sector, and the new depot gives us the opportunity to grow the business significantly.”

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