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Plumb Center launches ‘take it away today’ initiative with Bristan

Published:  01 February, 2011

LEAMINGTON SPA: Plumb Center has continued to put the needs of installers first by developing a new ‘take it away today’ initiative with Bristan. 

The initiative means installers are now able pick up Bristan products, off-the-shelf, and walk away with them that day.

Both Plumb Center and Bristan are increasingly aware that being able to offer instant availability will provide their customers with a distinct business advantage. The key items which are held in stock over the majority of installation requirements for both bath and basin, including best selling ranges such as Java, Prism and Capri.

Alan Stevenson, trading director, Plumb Center said: "We recognise that the environment in which installers now operate has changed. Their customers are now expecting faster turnaround times without compromising on quality.

"With the ‘take it away today’ initiative, Plumb Center is firmly positioned as the destination merchant for the plumbing and bathroom market."

Included in the initiative is the Bristan Smile Electric Shower which is available exclusively through Plumb Center.

These new slimline electric showers are designed for easy use and installation. The Smile shower has also been designed to cover any existing footprint left by the old shower, as well as having five water and cable entry points to suit as many installations situations as possible.

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