SIG Distribution launches Commercial Drainage in Bristol

Published:  11 May, 2015

SIG Distribution celebrated the launch of its new specialist business at the Bristol Museum & Art Gallery on 30 April, 2015.

In attendance to celebrate the launch of SIG Commercial Drainage were some of Bristol’s leading drainage specialists.

SIG Distribution, in association with manufacturers Marley Plumbing & Drainage and ALUTEC, treated specialist contractors to champagne cocktails, canapés and bowl food, as well as an introductory presentation from Craig Newman, regional director at SIG Distribution, and David Sorrell, business development director at SIG Commercial Drainage.

Alongside Bristol, the first branches of SIG Commercial Drainage opened in Ash Vale, Thurrock and Birmingham. Leeds and Manchester were recently added to this expanding branch network, supplying a comprehensive range of products from leading brands, including above-ground drainage, specialist drainage, chemical drainage, industrial plastics, bracketry systems, and tools and equipment.

Picture caption: L-r: Andrew Kenny, business development director, SIG Commercial Drainage; Rachel McGreevy, brand manager, SIG Commercial Drainage Bristol; Cheryl Knight, sales assistant, SIG Commercial Drainage Bristol; and David Sorrell, business development director, SIG Commercial Drainage.

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