Eurocell opens 110th branch

Published:  31 March, 2011

NUNEATON: The ‘mystery’ location of Eurocell Building Plastics’ 110th branch has been revealed as Bermuda Trade Park in Nuneaton.

Bermuda Trade Park and the town itself is located in the middle of a triangle created by the M42, M69 and M6 motorways between Birmingham, Coventry and Leicester.


Carl Allen, Eurocell Building Plastics regional manager – Midlands, said: “The branch will become an essential destination for trade and DIY customers in the town. Incorporating a much larger showroom, more spacious trade counter and over 4000 products will mean customers can find all the essentials they will ever need.”


Bermuda Trade Park is home to several building supplies outlets such as Screwfix, Bathstore, Axminster Tool Centre and tile and flooring depots, making it a convenient location for customers already visiting the area.


Tony Harrison, UK business development director – Eurocell Building Plastics, said:  “Bermuda Trade Park is an excellent location and our bright, customer-friendly showroom will ensure that Eurocell quickly becomes established as the building plastics supplier of choice for both trade and DIY customers in Nuneaton. Our depot staff are fully trained and able to offer advice about all of our products, and customers can also call on the support of our area manager.”

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