Halifax welcomes Eurocell
Published:  10 September, 2009

HALFAX: Eurocell Building Plastics’ (EBP) Northern region has opened its latest new branch in Halifax, West Yorkshire.

The branch is located on Pellon Lane Industrial Estate on the main A629 road running through Halifax towards Keighley.

The site was chosen specifically because of its easy accessibility and proximity to several other key trade outlets, such as a decorator’s centre and plumber’s merchant.

The branch will be stocking over 3,800 building plastic products including roofline, rainwater systems and window finishing trims along with doors, conservatory roofs and a range of essential accessories.

Eurocell’s Halifax branch is already attracting customers from as far away as Hebden Bridge in the West and Elland in the South. Its great location means there has been a huge amount of passing trade from both trade and DIY customers who can’t miss the distinctive Eurocell signage as they head north out of Halifax on the A629.

The opening has been welcomed by customers in the area, especially since a major roofline distributor recently closed its branch in the town. Eurocell has once again demonstrated its commitment to providing excellent availability to customers by opening the new branch in Halifax.

All the staff at the branch have previous experience in the industry and will therefore be able to provide customers with the service they expect from the UK’s leading building plastics supplier.

Paul Dixson, Eurocell Building Plastics Regional Manager - North, comments: “There is a huge amount of work in Halifax and the surrounding areas and opening the branch gives customers much better access to our entire product range. We also have sites in Huddersfield, Bradford, Keighley and Leeds, which means customers across West Yorkshire are never more than a few miles from our branches.”

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