YESSS gains new foothold in Glas­gow

The Herald Business - - News Digest -

NATIONAL trade re­tailer YESSS Elec­tri­cal is to open near Glas­gow city cen­tre af­ter a deal han­dled by Jones Lang LaSalle, act­ing jointly with FG Bur­nett on be­half of Le­gal and Gen­eral’s In­dus­trial Prop­erty In­vest­ment Fund (IPIF).

The 5,532 sq ft trade counter prop­erty at Baird Street Trad­ing Es­tate, close to the north of Glas­gow city cen­tre and ad­ja­cent to Junc­tion 15 of the M8 mo­tor­way, will be the com­pany’s 10th Scot­tish branch.

The busi­ness, which has 50 years ex­pe­ri­ence in the elec­tri­cal whole­sale in­dus­try, is cur­rently ex­pand­ing across the UK. Other Scot­tish branches due to open in 2013 in­clude Liv­ingston, Mother­well and Air­drie, which in ad­di­tion to Baird Street will give the com­pany a solid foot­ing in the coun­try. An Ayr branch opened in May.

Paul Sweeney, at Jones Lang LaSalle, who han­dled the let­ting for I PIF, com­mented: “Unit six pre­sented a good op­por­tu­nity for YESSS due to its highly vis­i­ble road­side lo­ca­tion and its prox­im­ity to Glas­gow city cen­tre.”

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