NBG contract for Impulse Bathrooms

Published:  24 April, 2012

UK: Impulse Bathrooms has secured the NBG contract for Doc M products. This agreement runs for two years and makes Impulse Bathrooms the sole contracted supplier for this specialist product range. The DocM market is estimated to be worth around £20 million a year.

The two year agreement for DocM products was achieved following in-depth negotiations to ensure NBG achieve the best product and support services to meet its members’ needs.

“Impulse Bathrooms is delighted to have won this contract,” says sales manager Geoff Croft. “With around 90 NBG members representing 300 outlets, Impulse Bathrooms now has access to a very considerable sector of this specialist market. With both heavy side and light side merchants in their buying consortium, we will expect to achieve sales from their retail and commercial customers and make us a major national supplier of DocM products.”

As well as the demand for Doc M bathrooms suitable for use by disabled people, there is also a growing ‘live at home’ market and there are now a variety of bathroom products to meet the needs of those with limited mobility or dexterity. Impulse Bathrooms Comfort range has been specially designed for the less able with higher basin pedestal and WC heights for easier and more comfortable usage.

With Impulse Bathrooms’ Doc M and Comfort ranges now available to NBG members, there is a major opportunity for them to develop sales to this huge potential market.

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