Redland opens new Eaglescliffe depot

Published:  12 May, 2011

NORTH-EAST: A new Redland depot has recently opened in Eaglescliffe providing a more efficient service to the North East of England, The move has come as part of an initiative to increase the availability of Redland products to customers.

The new depot will carry all of Redland’s most popular products including its extensive range of concrete tiles: Mini Stonewold, Regent, Grovebury, Double Roman, Renown and Plain tiles. In addition, Eaglescliffe will be supplying Rosemary clay plain tiles and Cambrian Slates alongside the fittings and accessories required to complete a properly ventilated and dry fixed roof.

Gary Inman, Redland’s regional sales manager explains: “We recognise the market increasingly uses a diverse range of products and colours which can be complex for our distributors to carry in their own stock. Eaglescliffe will address this issue by providing a local source of the colour and profile specified by our clients. The new depot is within an hour’s journey for our customers in Newcastle, Teesside & North Yorkshire.”

He added: “This means our account holders can now offer their customers Redland products within twenty-four hours. We are the only pitched roofing material manufacturer to offer this service in the North East, demonstrating our commitment to customers in the region.”

The Eaglescliffe depot is situated within close proximity to the A1, A19 and A66 at the already existing Marshall’s premises. Use post code TN16 0PS if using sat nav to find us.

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