Jewson revamps own brand range packaging

Published:  19 September, 2011

COVENTRY: Jewson has launched its new-look packaging for its range of own brand products.

The new packaging, which features Jewson customer Shane Wood, has been developed to clearly convey the quality of the product inside.

Natalie Davenport, private label manager at Jewson commented: “The new packaging uses colour coding, icons and product information to make it easy for our customers to recognise the quality and benefits of the product and choose the correct product for their job”

Loyal customer Shane Wood, of Shane Wood Building Contractors has been chosen to be the face of the new packaging. Shane has traded with Jewson throughout his career and will now appear on over 2000 products in more than 500 branches across the UK. This is a reflection of the Jewson commitment to work closely with local builders and offer them the best value on both products and customer service overall.

The range of Jewson own brand products covers virtually everything a general builder would require. It ranges from timber to bricks; chemicals to fixings; decorating materials to sealants; and aggregates to hand tools.

The complete Jewson own brand range offers trade professionals a high quality alternative product across a wide range of building materials and tools.

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