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NEW EUROCELL DEPOT IN SUTTON COLDFIELD

 

Lord Mayor Of Birmingham Anita Ward and Eurocell CEO Patrick Bateman

The Lord Mayor of Birmingham Councillor Anita Ward officially opened the new Eurocell Building Plastics depot on Minworth Trade Park, Sutton Coldfield, on Thursday 28th July at 11am.

Eurocell is encouraging as many customers as possible to visit the new depot to see for themselves the range of exciting new products, along with unbeatable deals on everyday essentials for builders, contractors and DIY-ers.

Councillor Ward was met by  and other members of the management team.

The Sutton Coldfield depot is at Unit B1 on the trade park, which is just off the main A38 road that runs through the town. This prime location is already a popular destination for contractors, installers and DIY'ers in the Midlands area and is now, arguably, the fastest growing Trade Park in the UK. CBRE Investors have recently completed the latest phase of 47,000 sq ft.

Many of the 4,000-plus building plastics products offered in the branch are manufactured by Eurocell. This integration of manufacturing and distribution allows customers to gain all the benefits of buying direct.

This includes better value for money – the product is shipped directly from Eurocell to its 115-plus branch network, along with all the installation benefits of using products that are manufactured in a quality-assessed production facility.

Manufacturing many of its own products also provides complete traceability from the factory to the site, giving customers the confidence that the product will perform over the long term.

This recession-beating commercial formulae has helped Eurocell continue to expand with 10 new branches opened this year along – taking the total to 115 across the UK.

 

Source: Q2Design / Dragonfly PR

Posted by The Editor (wantspacegotspace) on 8th August 2011 (updated 09/04/2013)

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