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Our Story

Our ongoing objective is to provide a first class service, delivering quality products and added value support, ensuring each customer receives value for money and achieves optimum standards.

We take pride in the high customer loyalty we enjoy from businesses of all sizes. We have earned the loyalty by working hard at maximising efficiency in communications and operations, as well as maintaining a strong supply chain.

We remain a friendly, family-owned business. Our founder showed his forward-thinking attitude by also founding a national organisation of hygiene supply companies – a framework of sorts to operate on. Several decades later, we still strive to find new ways to serve our customers even better.

As a part of this ambition, we are now providing a much wider selection of general business supplies, reaching far beyond our original market of hygiene products.

Our three depots are strategically located around the South West and we are able to serve you efficiently regardless of where you are located within this area.

Our team are always keen to serve you with any queries, however big or small your business. We do not use an external call centre, so you are guaranteed to always reach one of our own experts.

Over The Years

1975
Spot-On-Supplies founded by Ronald Moore
1977
Cirencester distribution centre opened
1978
Wellington distribution centre opened
1981
Bristol distribution centre opened
1984
Bristol depot relocated to Avonmouth Industrial Estate
1986
Nationwide Hygiene Supplies founded by Ronald Moore
1987
Willand office relocated to larger premises on the Willand Industrial Estate
1988
Cirencester office relocated to larger premises on the Love Lane Industrial Estate
1993
Ronald Moore retires as Managing Director to become company Chairman
1993
Roger Moore appointed as Managing Director
1993
Nick Raban appointed as Financial Director
2017
Ben Raban and Darren Moore become the third generation appointed as Directors
2019
Nick Raban retired as Financial Director with over 33 years service