Success for independent roofline stockist

Date: 24 April 2013
Source: Freefoam
Freefoam Building Products supply through a network of independent stockists throughout the UK and are pleased to report that this route to market is working well for the all elements of the supply chain.

Freefoam customer Preston Roofline report that after just 12 months from start-up they believe they are already an established supplier in the North West Preston Roofline offer the full Freefoam range, fascia, soffit, guttering, cladding and internal panelling.Operating alongside sister company Apricot Conservatories the business are able to provide an integrated home improvement service.

James Gaitens, Managing Director, explained “We’ve been very pleased with how the businesses has developed. We find that customers prefer to deal with an independent which gives us an advantage over multiple suppliers.

We can offer that personal service which our customers like, and has meant we have quickly established a wide, loyal customer base in a very short space of time.

We chose Freefoam for its quality and roofline range and have found that customers particularly like the rainwater system with the taped gutter and downpipe.”

Colin St John, UK General Manager commented “It’s good to hear that our customers are making a success of their businesses even in these difficult times. Supplying independent stockists and maintaining the integrity of the supply chain is a core part of our strategy. It allows our customers to maintain control and gives them the flexibility, often with our help, to grow and develop”.

After all their success is our success.

600450 Success for independent roofline stockist
Date: 24 April 2013
Source: Freefoam

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