At Sprigg Shopfitters, our reputation is built on the belief that there is no compromise on quality, craftsmanship or service. We can see through any project, whether it be a minor alteration to your small shop or business or a large scale commercial shop fit, and we can take care of everything from start to finish.
We use only the best suppliers and sub-contractors so you can be assured that every aspect of your shop fit is of the highest standard and built to last.
Our pursuit of excellence generates innovation and the drive to produce a product that is going to set us apart from our competitors. A new slimline magazine and card tiered display unit has been developed for news agencies to free up floor space and increase the amounts of stock on display, improving visibility and accessibility and ultimately sales.
Sprigg Shopfitters was established over 50 years ago by Aubrey Sprigg. In 2002 the business was purchased by Roger Harrison who now runs the business together with his wife, Mandy, who is Executive Manager.
Sprigg Shopfitters have been a major supplier to the news agency industry since its inception and this continues to be a major part of the business. We also supply supermarkets, pharmacies and many other varied retail operations.
Most recently Sprigg Shopfitters has opened a commercial division and is producing joinery for major building projects.
Sprigg Shopfitters are members of Master Builders Association and ASOFIA. We are WorkCover registered and covered by Public & Products Liability Insurance. (more)
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