TIMco Make Their Mark with Chemicals and Adhesives Range

Published:  07 August, 2018

TIMco, one of the UK’s largest independent wholesale suppliers of screws, fixings and power tools accessories, has introduced Building Chemicals and Adhesives into their latest offering due to high customer demand and to deliver on their strategy of being a ‘one stop shop’ for merchants.

With over 10 different adhesives, from multi-purpose to grab adhesives to instant mitre kits and over 15 different aerosols from Air & Gas Detectors to Cold Galvanising paint and spot markers, the ranges promise to provide versatility, visibility, speed and protection when needed.

Wood filler is also included within the chemicals range offered in 2-part high strength and 2-part styrene free options for internal and external applications which promise to flex with the natural movement of wood and can even be sanded 30 minutes post application.

Managing Director of TIMco, Simon Midwood comments: “Over the past year, we have seen an increased demand for adhesives and other chemicals commonly used within trades to fix, grease, fill and mark-out during varying stages of construction and renovations and that’s why we decided to introduce our building chemicals and adhesives ranges to TIMco. The addition of these new lines demonstrates how TIMco are meeting customer demands and becoming a ‘one stop shop’.”

The new Building Chemicals and Adhesives ranges are included in TIMco’s biggest ever catalogue, featuring more than 6,500 product lines.

TIMco is head quartered in Nantwich, Cheshire and imports and supplies more than 6,000 product lines from around the world to distributors throughout the UK, Ireland and Europe. The company was established in 1970 and now employs 142+ members of staff from its offices in the UK, Ireland and Taiwan. For more information, visit www.TIMco.co.uk.

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