EU goes for growth with Lowestoft opening

Kevin Yallop
Kevin Yallop

EU Ltd, part of the Shortis Group, has opened a new branch in Lowestoft, giving the group a total of 75 trading sites.

“We’re really pleased to be opening a branch in Lowestoft. We’ve been waiting for some time to find a suitable property to purchase,” said MD Richard Shortis.

Kevin Yallop, who has been with the group for over 15 years, will manage the new branch alongside the Yarmouth outlet.

“Initial response has been fantastic,” he said. “The branch officially opened on January 4 – unfortunately I missed the first few days because I had flu, but I’ve been told we were very busy.”

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