McQueens Dairies buys new industrial unit to aid expansion

Milk delivery company McQueens Dairies is further expanding its business with the recent acquisition of Unit 3 Borthwick View in Pentland Industrial Estate, Loanhead.

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Family firm McQueens Dairies was founded in 1995 and has its headquarters in Glasgow. The new premises joins McQueens Dairies’ depots in Glasgow, Kirkcaldy and Edinburgh in Scotland, and Mansfield, Nottinghamshire and Warrington in England.

Mick McQueen, founder and managing director at McQueens Dairies said: “As one of Edinburgh’s most well-established business locations, Pentland Industrial Estate is the perfect choice for a distribution company such as McQueens Dairies. We will benefit from excellent transport links and close proximity to Loanhead, allowing us to provide the best service to our customers.”
Finlay Miller of Ryden said: “The sale of Unit 3 Borthwick View to McQueens highlights the demand for freehold opportunities in close proximity to the City of Edinburgh Bypass, particularly for properties with a desirable specification such as the yard in Unit 3.”
Ryden represented the landlord in this transaction.
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