Kabinwall opens up modular building market for merchants

Published:  23 June, 2011

WOLVERHAMPTON: The modular and portable buildings sector is a fast expanding market, but can be difficult for builders’ merchants to fully exploit, according to Kabinwall, part of the DLT Group.

Modular buildings are re-locatable and infinitely scalable, and used for education, health, MOD, local government, construction, industrial, distribution, offices and more. They are versatile, adaptable and sustainable, and available at short notice.

“The market is large and growing; Government cuts and associated restructuring will make these selling points yet more appealing,” says Kabinwall’s General Manager, Paul Millington.

“Many builders’ merchant customers are involved in this market,” adds Mr Millington. “But often they don’t know where to get the materials and dedicated products they need. Making do, with something that doesn’t do what they need it to, can be time consuming, costly and unsatisfactory. Merchants don’t like saying ‘I don’t know’ or turning customers away. Now they don’t have to.”

Kabinwall is a specialist distributor and manufacturer of products for the building, refurbishment and repair of modular and portable buildings. It offers the first and only one-stop-shop service to merchants who want to make the most of this growth market, without adding to their costs or stockholding.

The company has a next day service, comprehensive service and support, and masses of dedicated stock, including everything and anything merchants might be asked for by customers serving this growth industry. To find out more, call Kabinwall on 0870 830 1288.

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