Gatic's new literature for merchants.

Gatic’s new literature helps merchants to sell benefits of Filcoten

Published:  08 November, 2016

Gatic Civil Drainage, a brand of Alumasc Water Management Solutions (AWMS), has completed new point-of-sale literature to help merchants sell the benefits of its channel drainage Filcoten.

The new fold out brochure summarises Gatic’s entire range of channel and slot drainage, with a central area dedicated to Filcoten. A purpose made holder ensures merchants can prominently display the new literature in their branches.

This latest development is part of a growing suite of supporting materials from AWMS to help merchants add value to their sales with an integrated range of water management solutions. The new literature also reinforces the benefits of AWMS’ merchant support team, which actively work with customers to generate sales and specifications. They also help with site surveys, product training, trade mornings and much more.

Steve Mascall, Gatic’s national sales manager, said: “Gatic’s wide range of civil drainage means merchants can offer an extensive choice of surface water channels, high capacity channels, linear and slot drainage. Filcoten itself comes in five options - Pro, Tec, Self, Pave and Green – and load classes from A15 for pedestrian schemes to F900 for airports where a robust system is essential.

“Gatic Civil Drainage is just one part of AWMS’ offer,” continued Mr Mascall. “Our other leading brands include Skyline, Alumasc Rainwater and Harmer Building Drainage. Together, merchants not only benefit from a versatile range, but it also puts them ahead of the game with rain-to-drain water management solutions.”

For a copy of Gatic’s new literature, or for a meeting with AWMS’ merchant support team call 0808 100 2008 or visit www.gatic.com.

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