Catnic partners Bradfords

Published:  04 January, 2012

TAUNTON: Catnic has recently signed a new deal with Bradfords, one of the largest independent builders’ merchants in the UK. The new deal will see Bradfords supply Catnic’s bead and mesh throughout its 27 branches.

Bradfords, which has branches throughout the South West, Herefordshire and Worcestershire, has been supplying materials to the trade for over 200 years and the builders’ merchant stocks only the very best quality in a wide range of products. Furthermore, the company has developed extensive knowledge and support across many specialised building areas.

The builders’ merchant was looking for a bead and mesh manufacturer that could not only meet the high quality requirements, but one that could also provide the very best support. For this, Catnic was ideal.

Ben White of Bradfords commented, “Catnic was top choice for us. Not only do its products offer exceptional quality, the service provided alongside the products is second to none. The brand leader provides outstanding customer service, which is very personable. With this, the result is a great working relationship between Catnic and Bradfords – this is very important to us.

“In addition, from our customers’ perspective, Catnic was top of their list and it is important that we meet not only our business requirements but our customers’ needs too. The company and its products really do tick all the boxes,” continued Mr White.

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