PTS opens in new London locations

Published:  01 April, 2011

LONDON: PTS is continuing to open trade counters in locations where demand is high to bring a fast and comprehensive service to its customers.

Perfectly positioned to serve the large scale construction projects in the Capital, the branches in New Southgate and Streatham provide an essential service for plumbing and heating installers within the busy M25 area.

With over 300 branches nationwide, PTS aims to make life easier for installers by opening branches within a 20 minute drive of any UK location. The New Southgate and Streatham counters will not only provide a vital service to installers wanting to stock up on supplies without having to travel all over the Capital but will ensure even stronger stock availability at the 25 existing London branches.

“Selecting prime locations is a key consideration for us when opening new branches,” says Kelvin Stevens, managing director of PTS. “We are committed to providing a broad and essential product range, backed up by experienced staff who take the time to support and offer advice to customers. There are some very big construction projects within the M25 and busy installers need to be able to rely on a merchant to get them the stock they need, on time. These two branches will achieve this and allow our customers to spend less time picking up supplies and more time on the job.”


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