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Keyline opens plastic specialist branch

Keyline Civils Specialist, the civils and drainage products merchant, has opened its first dedicated Keyline Plastics Specialist branch.

 The branch, in Gravesend, offers customers an increased range of plastic civils and drainage products including underground drainage, utility ducting, stormwater management solutions, duct and access chambers, channel drainage, manhole covers and gully grates, geotechnics, service pipes and accessories.

The more specialised focus ensures the branch has a large quantity of each product in stock at all times and bespoke systems can also be arranged and delivered.

The company has seen a significant increase in the demand for plastic civils and drainage products, as Paul Beaman, managing director at Keyline explains: “Keyline’s nationwide network of specialist civils branches already hold a very comprehensive stock of plastic civils and drainage (in project quantities) as part of their core range of products. However, Keyline is investing heavily in expanding its plastics ranges to ensure that customers’ needs can be met. The Gravesend Keyline Plastics Specialist branch is part of our strategy to deliver this. The colleagues at our Gravesend branch offer more than 70 years of civils merchant experience between them to support customers in the South East.”

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Additional Keyline Plastics Specialist branches are planned to open throughout the UK in the coming months.

Beaman says: “With this strategy in place, Keyline’s holding of plastic civil and drainage products is set to increase by over £5m, allowing us to be able to fulfil customers’ orders on time and in full through our plastic specialist branches. We are delighted to be able to provide our valued customers with the benefits of this extended offering.”

 

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Fiona Russell-Horne
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