The new-look TradePoint website.

TradePoint launches revamped website

Published:  10 June, 2013

TradePoint’s new transactional website offers over 18,000 products available to buy online.

The launch of the new and improved now offers its members a wide choice of products, of which 8,500 are available for next-day delivery to site, as well as a dedicated TradePoint members’ area where deals and the latest information about the local trade supplier can be shared.

The TradePoint website, which launched in 2011, was previously non-transactional and limited in terms of use for its members. The site has been significantly improved to help tradesmen manage their businesses more efficiently.

Now, over 90,000 TradePoint members are active on the website, taking advantage of its many services and online deals, which are exclusive to the trade. Those not yet signed up to TradePoint are also able to apply online, rather than having to sign up in-store or over the phone.

Trevor Culpin, marketing manager, said: "Our new and improved website has taken a long time to develop as we wanted our TradePoint members to get what they need: a user-friendly transactional trade website which offers next-day delivery on a huge range of products. We’ve already had good feedback from our members and are looking forward to developing the site further as we add yet more products and launch a smart app for tradesmen on the go.”

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