Firm celebrates 100th birthday
Company plans series of fitness events
fateful maiden voyage. Mr Preston added that the business, which made a pretax profit of £1.4 million on turnover of £36.8m in the year to November 2015, the most recent period for which accounts are available, was preparing to reveal robust accounts for the year to November 2016. “After four years of consistent profit growth, we expect another year of solid financial returns to be delivered by the group, showing improvements in both turnover and retained profit,” he said.
The privately held company, who celebrated its 100 year anniversary on March 20, is currently owned by 70 shareholders, many of whom are staff, and currently employs 320 people across five divisions, including Scotland’s largest preservation company Richardson and Starling.