Just Ideal

Published:  07 July, 2016

Ideal Bathrooms have been appointed as a national distributor for Just Trays, the UK’s largest shower tray manufacturer

Just Trays are the UK’s largest manufacturer of shower trays; producing over 230,000 products a year and are currently investing over £1 million in new machinery at their Leeds factory to further improve efficiency and quality of their products.

Just Trays’ Sales and Marketing Director, John Schofield explains the rationale behind the appointment: “We pride ourselves on our quality, innovation and, of course, our high level of customer service. We wanted a very strong national distribution partner who understands and reflects our values.

Ideal Bathrooms do an excellent job in translating that to the customer and the way they market their own business, and promote the brands they offer, is second to none. We firmly believe Ideal Bathrooms will represent our brand with the same pride and passion that we do.”

Danielle Lillis, Ideal Bathrooms’ Commercial Director, adds: “Last summer we became the new national distributor for April products, so the introduction of Just Trays further strengthens our overall tray and enclosure offering, but most importantly giving our customers access to another great brand”.

Ideal Bathrooms now have the JTFusion, JTMerlin and JTUltracast ranges in stock now and available across all four of their distribution centres around the UK.

For more information, visit www.idealbathrooms.com

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