Centurion extends its online free delivery offer

Published:  19 July, 2013

Centurion Europe, the DIY and hardware expert, is making its free delivery on all orders placed online a permanent offer across its whole range. And, there is no minimum order value required.

The free delivery offer applies to web customers throughout the UK and Southern Ireland and is designed to help the independent retailer provide a reliable over the counter service without having the financial burden of carrying large amounts of stock to achieve it.

Debi Miller, customer service director, said: “This offer was initially an experiment working on the principle that one of the ways in which Centurion supports its customers is to provide what is in effect a warehouse facility for every shop. It’s been so popular that we’ve decided to make it a permanent feature of our website. Our retailers know they can order items little and often and not worry about either running short of stock, or equally carrying too much. The Centurion website is a very efficient and cost-effective way to replenish stock as and when required.”

Existing and new Centurion customers can register for web ordering by calling the sales team on 01302 788700 or by emailing sales@centurioneurope.co.uk. Once registered, Centurion customers can benefit from a number of other exclusive online features as well. As usual with Centurion, delivery is within 48 hours of order.

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