TIMco, one of the UK’s largest, independent wholesalers for the construction industry, has launched its new Autumn/Winter 2019/20 catalogue. The new catalogue is its largest and most comprehensive to date and is a further step towards the company becoming a ‘one stop shop’ for all its customers’ product needs.
The 18th edition of the catalogue features more than 7,000 products with 300 new lines including additions to the core TIMco range of screws, fasteners and fixings, as well as extensions to the Addax Power Tool accessories range including impact driver bit sets and PCD circular saw blades.
The new catalogue also includes stainless steel additions to the TIMco classic multipurpose screw range, more than 100 steel hinges in the VETO security and ironmongery range, as well as a new twin slot shelving system. For the first time a first aid range, protective board, as well as a more comprehensive range of adhesives and building chemicals such as TIMco’s
fill and fix B1 fire rated PU foam are all being showcased.
A new range of TIMco Addax abrasives is also showcased, which consists of a wide variety of abrasive rolls, sheets, pads, discs and belts using premium quality abrasive grit. The whole range will be available from November and supported with a 16 page specialist product guide, as well as an introductory video.
Simon Midwood, managing director of TIMco, comments: “We’re thrilled to launch our largest catalogue to date, in order to meet the increasing demand for more product lines from our growing customer base, to further develop our strategy of becoming a ‘one stop shop’ for builder’s merchants. The new catalogue features brand new products, as well as extended lines, and we can’t wait to hear what our customers think of them.”
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