P&H McLane believes one of its Supershop members may have discovered a way for many retailers to add significant new revenue to their businesses. Mike Robins runs a store in Haddenham, Buckinghamshire, and ran a second outlet at Haddenham and Thame Parkway railway station. The second outlet was little more than a shed open for four hours a day, but Robins felt the site had potential. He contacted SGB Rovacabin, which supplies temporary and modular buildings. The new air conditioned 300 sq ft unit is now operating from 6am to 8.30pm seven days a week, and has chilled, frozen and dairy sections and a microwave snack unit. Robins says in addition to railway travellers, he has begun attracting business from a nearby estate and has applied for a drinks licence. P&H McLane sales manager Derek Boocock said: "This innovation is a concept that could be applied by other retailers to numerous other sites where a non permanent store is required. "Major development sites could provide an additional source of income for someone with an existing shop." {{NEWS }}