Fane Valley has officially opened a new purpose-built agri-store on its existing Alexander Road site in the heart of Armagh City. The modern 2,500 sq ft retail space offers an expansive range of agricultural, animal health, companion animal and garden products.
Patrick Savage, Chairman of Fane Valley Co-operative Society commented, “It is a great pleasure to officially open Armagh’s newest contemporary agri-store to service the local farming and wider community. With each store development or renovation, we aspire to reach ever higher standards in our retail offering. I would like to acknowledge Moss Construction for delivering an innovative store design which creates a welcoming environment and an attractive product layout & display. Customers can also avail of extensive on-site car parking.”
John Best, Vice-Chairman of Fane Valley Co–operative Society remarked, “We are delighted to see the completion of this purpose-built store. The Alexander Road site has been a strategic location for Fane Valley since 1948. A significant investment of this nature underlines our commitment to the Armagh area, and we look forward to welcoming both farming and non-farming customers to experience the new store. I would like to express my appreciation to our staff for their hard work and ongoing efforts, throughout the project build.”
Fane Valley Stores in Armagh offers an on-site printing service for new and replacement livestock identification, as well as stocking many well-known brands. The store team also have extensive agricultural product knowledge including professionally trained AMTRA qualified staff available to offer advice on animal health.
Caption: (L-R) Thomas Barnett – Head of Retail, Dessie Ferguson – Procurement Director, John Best – Fane Valley Co-operative Vice-Chairman, Patrick Savage – Fane Valley Co-operative Chairman, George King – Armagh Store Manager, Trevor Lockhart – Fane Valley Group Chief Executive & Paul Nugent – Fane Valley Stores Managing Director