Eurocell reaches parts others can't
Published:  19 June, 2009

GLASGOW: Trade and DIY customers in Glasgow have welcomed the opening of Eurocell Building Plastics’ latest branch in Hillington Park. Customers in Glasgow previously had to travel many miles for their building plastics.

The new branch offers Eurocell’s full range of products, which extends to over 3,800 lines, the majority of which are held at the branch.  Essential products stocked at the branch include roofline, window finishing trims and conservatory roofs, as well as a range of tools and accessories.

Derek Gachagan, Eurocell Building Plastics Divisional Manager – Scotland, explains: “This is our first branch opening in the city and demonstrates our commitment to the region. With the large amount of public and private building work in the city, the new branch will be a huge help to customers looking for easy access to a wide range of quality building plastics.”

Previously customers in the city had to travel to Eurocell Building Plastics’ branches in Coatbridge or Irvine – a journey that could take up to an hour. Eurocell’s decision to open the new branch in Glasgow will therefore give customers in the city much quicker access to the full range of products.




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