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Curzon plan 65 branches in 2008

Saint-Gobain-owned heating components chain Curzon have opened two new branches in Gloucester and Reading alongside branches of their sister company Graham.

Curzon plan 65 branches in 2008

The two latest branches, which follow openings in Bolton, Ipswich, Derby, Dundee and Poole already this year, are part of a rapid branch network expansion with the ultimate aim of national coverage. In fact, 15 new branches have opened in the past 12 months alone with a plan to establish 65 branches this year

Curzon operations director Aidan Ogle said, “2008 has been an exciting year for Curzon and the launch of a further two new branches is no exception. The expansion of our branch network across the country, with further plans to establish 65 branches this year, demonstrates how Curzon is becoming more accessible and extending its national network.

As a result of our association with Graham customers in Reading and Gloucester can purchase everything they need for heating and plumbing under one roof. We recognise that there is a technical complexity to heating components, which is why each branch has trained and knowledgeable staff on hand who can talk the customer through each product.”

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