VegTrug move to new premises

Company: VegTrug

VegTrug are excited to announce the recent acquisition of an additional 26,000 square feet warehouse and offices to serve as their UK Headquarters, which is based in Colchester, Essex. It has been decided that the previous VegTrug premises will be fully utilised as an online distribution centre.

The new premises have been custom built to fitted to suit VegTrug’s requirements for the coming years. They include a purpose built video and photography studio so that VegTrug are able to continue supporting trade customers with professional photography and videos, along with supporting sales and marketing in the UK and beyond. Also incorporated is a new product show room, meeting room and state of the art video and conference centre. The new premises were acquired due to the continued expansion of the business and will serve VegTrug as their growth continues.

On Friday 9th August VegTrug proudly welcomed local MP Will Quince for a visit at their new premises. Mr Quince spent one hour touring the premises and gaining an insight into VegTrug’s business. He was pleasantly surprised to find out that the business was started in Colchester and has since grown to become a global player in the gardening market.

Mr Quince was shown a range of new and exciting VegTrug products recently developed and was extremely impressed with both the range and the fantastic team of people that stand behind the brand. Joe Denham, CEO of VegTrug Ltd said “we were delighted to welcome Will and to be recognised for the work we have done over the last ten years in building the VegTrug Brand and to have a representative who is on the side of local business actually listening to our views.”

VegTrug will be showing their 2020 product offerings at the upcoming GAFA trade show in Cologne, Germany in hall 9 D21 from 1st-3rd September and the Glee show in Birmingham, NEC in hall 06-19, stand number 20Z50, from 10th-12th September. You can view all VegTrug products on


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