Marshalls lands Keyline’s Supplier of the Year award

Published:  24 February, 2014

Keyline has chosen Marshalls as Supplier of the Year at its annual conference held earlier this month.

Marshalls was praised for its expertise, excellent delivery service, valuable market intelligence and its positive interaction with Keyline branches across the UK.

Over the past year, Marshalls has worked in partnership with Keyline on a number of projects including pulling together a bespoke stocked range of street furniture products for the company’s branches and supporting its launch with three roadshows across the UK.

Peter Hallitt, group trading director, Marshalls, said: “We are absolutely thrilled to have been named Supplier of the Year by Keyline. The fact that so many managers voted for us makes receiving this award extra special. We are very proud to have developed such a strong partnership with Keyline, and we will continue to work with the company in order to provide the necessary support and training, as well as delivering exceptional levels of service.”

Kevin Woodcock, regional director, Scotland Central and South, Keyline added: “Marshalls works closely with us both at branch and account manager level, as well as with customers. This type of relationship is very important in our industry and there is no doubt that it helps Keyline continue to grow and cement its place as the number one for civils, drainage and heavyside building materials.”

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