QRL opens permanent stand at London’s Building Centre

Published:  09 May, 2016

Following its recent rebrand, QRL Radiator Group opened a dedicated product showcase at The Building Centre in London on 5 May.

The new QRL stand provides a permanent space for existing and new customers to meet with technical experts and explore the manufacturer’s range of domestic and commercial heating products. As well as QRL’s flagship hi-lo, Barlo and Warmastyle panel radiators, the stand will display a selection of models from the popular Design by QRL portfolio.

Michaela Harvey, marketing director at QRL, said: “2016 has already seen significant growth for QRL, and we’re very pleased to reflect this with the opening of our permanent stand at The Building Centre. We’re proud to operate an advanced radiator manufacturing facility at our headquarters in Newport, but we also wanted to bring QRL closer to its customers in the South East.

“From a strategic point of view, it is important for us to grow our brand presence here in London, providing customers with expert specification advice and sales support. The new stand will do just that: it’s a point of contact for local installers, merchants and specifiers wanting to find out more about QRL Radiator Group, and we’re welcoming anyone who’s interested to get in touch with our team to make an appointment.”

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