Graham's new Always Available service means plumbers can access products at any time.

Products are now always available at Graham

Published:  08 April, 2013

Plumbers’ merchant Graham has launched a new Always Available service to ensure that professional plumbers and installers can gain immediate access to products they need.

Graham customers will find the Always Available range in any local Graham branch, at any time and in project quantities. These products will constantly be updated to make sure the range continues to reflect national, regional and local trends.

Always Available products cover the breadth of Graham’s vast portfolio including boilers, heating spares, cylinders, radiators and valves, showers, and domestic and commercial sanitaryware. Customers can quickly and easily identify the Always Available products as they are highlighted throughout the Graham Trade Price List.

Further developments are already planned to make even more products available locally with greater width and depth of stock available in Hub branches.

Ian Kenny, marketing director at Graham, commented: “At Graham we’re committed to making the experience of trading with us as easy and stress-free as possible. This year, we are continuing to develop our offer, listening and working with customers at local levels. The Always Available range is a result of that process and we will ensure that key product prices are regularly reviewed and the products required are immediately available in local branches.”

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