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Jewson leads the field with extended plastics range

Published:  12 December, 2012

Jewson has extended its plastic product offering with the addition of Polypipe as one of its key suppliers. As such, Jewson is the only national builders’ merchant to offer trade professionals all three market-leading brands for plastic products – Hepworth, OSMA and Polypipe. Jewson has had a long-standing relationship with Wavin.

The company brings to the market comprehensive and widely recognised brands such as Hepworth, OSMA and Thermoboard. Now Jewson has added Polypipe to its portfolio, it means that Jewson customers can take advantage of even greater choice when selecting rainwater systems, above and below ground drainage systems, water management solutions, plastic plumbing products as well as civils products.

“We look forward to continuing our successful partnership with Wavin. With the exciting addition of Polypipe to our already robust and extensive product offering, Jewson customers are set to benefit from an even wider range of products, which will increase opportunities to meet any set specifications,” explained Tim Hanlon, category manager for drainage at Jewson.

Simon Green, category director for Polypipe concluded: “We are absolutely delighted to be working with Jewson. Jewson has a vast network of branches around the UK with a customer service and customerchoice ethos that matches our own.” 

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