JB Kind upgrades website to support merchants

Published:  10 April, 2014

JB Kind has upgraded its website to include features that will support merchants and tradespeople in their day-to-day activities and drive more consumers to JB Kind suppliers.

Sales director Simon Johnson explained: “When a member of the public wants to buy a JB Kind door, they don’t always know where to find one. To help them find a supplier convenient to them, we have developed a supplier locator on the JB Kind website. This enables consumers to search for a JB Kind supplier by inputting a county or postcode and then appropriate details of relevant local suppliers will be listed.

“The supplier locator also enables the buyer to find out which suppliers have JB Kind doors on display – something that is particularly important to the consumer as the majority prefer to see and feel a door before they commit to purchase.

“We have also ensured that our current website is now mobile- and handheld-device-user friendly so that merchants and tradesmen, as well as the general public, can access JB Kind’s comprehensive product information and advice quickly and easily from any location.

“We hope that the addition of these web-based facilities will streamline the buying process for the consumer and result in increased sales for our trade partners.”

Customers can find the supplier locator via www.jbkind.com’s Contact Us page, as well as on every product page.

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