Tighten the Grip on Profits

Published:  14 October, 2015

In continued support of its stockists, Carl Kammerling International has extended its already popular range of Avit toolbox essentials with the addition of a three-piece insulated plier and cutter set.

An ideal starter kit for electricians, the set comprises of an Insulated Combination Plier 180mm/7”, an Insulated Side Cutter 160mm/6”, and an Insulated Long Nose Plier 200mm/8”.

Understanding that durability and strength are key requirements for professional results, the expertly robust pliers feature hardened and tempered jaws for outstanding long-term performance.

The dual component soft grip handles also guarantee added comfort and the set is housed in a protective carrying case with a foam inset.

This toolbox essential is EN60900 approved and has been specifically tested to 10,000V of electricity, offering the peace of mind an electrician needs when working with sensitive electronic components.

Having consulted with customers, Carl Kammerling has developed its merchandising solutions in order to maximise sales. A counter box that holds four sets has been introduced, meaning the products can be placed at the till point, encouraging last-minute purchases.

Graham Godfrey, brand manager, Avit commented: “We are always looking to extend what are already our popular ranges to ensure we are producing products that fit the requirements of our stockists and their customers.

“As with all Carl Kammerling’s extensive tool innovation, new products are not thrown together but are created as a direct result of the company’s long-standing collaboration with end users - before, during and after tool development.”

For more information or to place an order, please contact Carl Kammerling International on 01758 704704 or visit www.carlkammerling.com

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