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International Timber rebrands

Timber supplier International Timber has undertaken a company-wide rebrand, expanding its offering and making several significant changes to the business.

With an increased focus on the future needs of merchants and manufacturers, a new corporate identity and digital presence has been implemented in order to enhance growth.

To support the constantly evolving timber market, as demand increases in terms of sustainability, specification knowledge and added value services, International Timber has introduced dedicated sales teams to support key merchant and manufacturing customer groups.

Additionally, the timber giant has introduced new ranges, enhanced their engineered, modified and laminated timber offering, and increased milling capacity across their six UK sites.

Kerry Wardle, marketing manager, said: “International Timber has a depth of knowledge that we believe is unsurpassed in the industry. We like to think we set a high standard.

“We feel that our newly refreshed corporate identity, supported by the launch of a new website, maintains that standard. We are focused on delivering a clear, simple set of tools that give our customers the information they need, as quickly and effectively as possible.

“Following COVID19, all of our sites are now back open, adhering to strict government guidelines in terms of social distancing and health and safety. This ensures the needs of our staff are met, as well as keeping us on hand to help our customers with all of their timber requirements.”

The rebrand comes off the back of the company launching their brand new, direct pack sales offer ‘International Timber Direct (ITD)’ to deliver volume product to those who need it.

About Fiona Russell-Horne

Fiona Russell-Horne
Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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