PlumbStock brand expands into Luton

Published:  03 October, 2016

PlumbStock, the dedicated heating and plumbing brand created by the Ridgeon Group, continues to expand its offering with the launch of a new standalone trade counter in Luton, Bedfordshire.

PlumbStock has opened 14 new branches throughout 2015 and early 2016; all of which pledge to provide an unrivalled service to plumbing and heating professionals.

PlumbStock is set to continue this expansion throughout the rest of 2016, with additional branch openings in Bury St. Edmunds and Kings Lynn.

The new Luton branch will provide customers with products from some of the industry’s leading suppliers, including Viessmann, Instinct, Worcester Bosch Group, Ideal, Triton and Joule. A series of supplier roadshows will take place at the branch, to welcome customers and allow them to meet the team behind PlumbStock’s great offers. These events also see suppliers engaging in product demonstrations to exhibit new products and technology.

Richard Malcolm, branch manager for PlumbStock Luton, said: “We are delighted to be bringing PlumbStock to Luton, which is a new trading sector for the Ridgeon Group. We look forward to providing local plumbing and heating specialists with what they need, when they need it. Our PlumbStock team know the products that our customers need, and will deliver intelligent industry insight to ensure professionals are confident with their purchases.”

PlumbStock’s Luton branch is based on the Scott Road Industrial Estate.

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