JW Filshill has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with ScottishPower to explore the potential of using green hydrogen and electrification to power its fleet. Serving over 1,400 delivered goods customers, including over 210 Keystore convenience stores across Scotland and the
JW Filshill, the Glasgow-based wholesaler, has taken steps to further diversify its business with the acquisition of the long-established Eldorado Tonic Wine brand as part of its purchase of KB Agencies for an undisclosed sum.
Food and drink wholesaler JW Filshill, one of Scotland’s oldest independent food and drink wholesalers, said it chalked up a “stable” performance in the year ending January 31, 2020, with turnover remaining at £155m, the same as the previous year.
Award-winning wholesaler JW Filshill has unveiled a new business website (https://business.keystore.co.uk/) for its KeyStore symbol group, designed to give prospective retailers a central hub to access information about the fascia and how to join the KeyStore family.
Award-winning wholesaler JW Filshill has been working closely with its suppliers to ensure a consistent flow of availability for customers during the coronavirus pandemic although it has been a challenge keeping up with demand, the company said.
Award-winning wholesaler JW Filshill is moving to a Click & Collect ordering model for its cash and carry customers as it strives to increase efficiencies and provide a more convenient and accessible services for customers.
Glasgow-based wholesaler JW Filshill is bolstering its presence in the north of England with the appointment of experienced retail professional Graham Cairns as regional development manager.
Glasgow-based wholesaler JW Filshill is strengthening its buying team with the appointment of Edward Bentley to handle the key impulse category (soft drinks, crisps and snacks).
Food and drink wholesaler JW Filshill has attributed strong cost controls, a targeted strategy to offset the decline in tobacco sales and the impact made by its international craft beer and spirits business for an increase in both margin and
JW Filshill, owner of the leading KeyStore convenience store brand and one of Scotland’s oldest food and drink wholesalers, has unveiled a new brand identity featuring a refreshed logo, new vehicle livery and revamped website. Celebrating its 140th anniversary in 2015, the
Craft Beer Clan of Scotland, the international division of Glasgow-based food and drink wholesaler JW Filshill, has further expanded its sales base in emerging markets including China, Hong Kong and Dubai, securing business worth £200,000 for several Scottish craft brewers including Inveralmond, WEST, Drygate, Deeside and
Independent food and drink wholesaler, JW Filshill ,has expanded into the export market, setting up JW Filshill International – trading as The Craft Beer Clan of Scotland – to help Scottish craft brewers initially penetrate the lucrative Asia market. The new company, with