Landmark celebrates a new beginning

NEW BEGINNING: The Landmark Dalby team.
NEW BEGINNING: The Landmark Dalby team.

LANDMARK Dalby recently celebrated the opening of its new store on Dixon St.

The site was officially opened on May 6 but has been operational since August last year.

The new site is similar in size to the old store, but is a safer and more customer-friendly set-up.

Landmark managing director Tommy Warner and Landmark north-east director Robert Payne officially opened the new office site.

The new branch features an open-plan office area, merchandise showroom and two large storage warehouses that allow an increased capacity for the business.

Branch manager Murray Boshammer said the move had been great for the company.

"Really good, we're really happy that we can have everyone on one site,” Mr Boshammer said.

"Fertiliser and ag chem used to be on separate sites, which we were leasing; now we have combined them and own the site so it's an investment in the community.

"Quite a few customers have come up and said how good the new place is looking.”

Topics:  dalby landmark

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