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Richard Burbidge’s network of Premier Centres goes from strength to strength

Stairparts manufacturer, Richard Burbidge have announced their latest Premier Centre member, Harlow Bros in Burton-Upon-Trent.
 
Harlow Bros is a family managed, independent merchant with over 90 years experience in timber merchanting, manufacturing and timber engineering.
 
Spread over 10 sites and with over 200 employees, Harlow Bros offers a wide range of timber products and associated services to meet each its customer’s individual requirements. Now, it is also a Richard Burbidge Premier Centre, which means its customers are guaranteed to find an in-depth range of Richard Burbidge stairparts in stock at all times.
 
Harlow Bros now has in-store displays holding four popular product ranges, instantly available to complete any hallway project. Displays of Richard Burbidge’s premium ranges are also on show, as well as brochures and guides to support customers. The company is also benefitting from Richard Burbidge’s Design Team referral scheme, making ordering products quick and easy, helping to maximise sales with minimal effort.
 
Paul Lerigo, Marketing Director for Richard Burbidge, comments: “We are very pleased to welcome Harlow Bros into our network of Premier Centres and we look forward to working more closely with them in the future. By taking the opportunity to promote stairparts in branch merchants place themselves in a trusted and respected position, as they are not only providing customers with a wide range of products, but also the expertise, service and knowledge that they need to get the job done to a high standard.”
 
Carl Adcock, from Harlow Bros said: “We’re delighted to be part of Richard Burbidge’s network of Premier Centres. We are respected throughout a wide range of industries for our expertise, and stairparts is no exception. We are committed to providing our customers with excellent service as well as the widest range of timber products at the best possible price.”

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Fiona Russell-Horne
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