Naylor Drainage regional manager Andy Heron (left) with Deepings Trading’s Ian Greenfield.

Builders’ merchant partners clay drainage supplier

Published:  12 May, 2009

MARKET DEEPING: Housebuilders and contractors will benefit from the drainage groundwork product range from The Deepings Trading Company.

The merchant signed a contract with Naylor Drainage to supply that company’s clayware and civil engineering products to builders, developers, landscapers and contractors throughout South Lincolnshire, Rutland, North Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.

Deepings Trading operations director Ian Greenfield says: “Our aim is to be a one-stop shop offering a wide range of products from drainage, plumbing and building materials to bathroom suites, electrical fittings and timber – and we have now increased that range further.

“We are large enough supply major housebuilders, developers, social housing providers and local authorities, but small enough to meet the specific needs of contractors.

“Becoming a Naylor Drainage distributor means  we can offer a combination of a central location, commitment to stock and clear and consistent pricing. We take a responsive and flexible approach to our customers’ needs. We can order any quantity of materials quickly and we are flexible enough to hold a dedicated stock, if required.”

Naylor Drainage is a manufacturer of clay drainage products for traditional sewer pipes for open trench installation as well as specialist products. These include jacking pipes for trenchless installation, cable ducts and perforated pipes for road construction and land drainage, high performance ceramics and chemical stoneware for aggressive environments and couplings for joining pipes in a variety of materials.

Naylor also manufactures a range of plastic pipe products aimed at the ducting and land drainage markets.

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