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Selco adds two more

Selco Builders Warehouse will have more than 50 branche


s by the middle of 2017.

That’ according to chief executive Chris Cunliffe, who announced the ambitious target at the same time as the merchant opened two new branches in Wolverhampton and Portsmouth.

Selco now has 44 branches, and has committed to a further seven opening over the next nine monthsd.

Cunliffe said: “Our long-term objective is to take the Selco offering to every major town and city in the UK and opening in Wolverhampton and Portsmouth is a further step along the road to us achieving that.

“The next priority is to open branches in Mitcham, South Croydon and Wembley by the end of this year and then break through the 50 branch barrier. We will achieve that by the midway point of next year – and we won’t stop there.

“We plan to open up the company to more customers in new locations, giving our suppliers more opportunities and creating hundreds of jobs, all while ensuring we meet our core value and key priority of putting the customer first.”

As well as raising more than £350,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support nationally over the last four years, Selco emphasised its commitment to supporting the communities in which it operates by awarding £1,000 each to six charities in Portsmouth and Wolverhampton.

The Wolverhampton beneficiaries were Compton Hospice, Beacon Centre for the Blind and Let Us Play while the Alicia Pannell Fund, Portsmouth Abuse & Rape Counselling and West Paulsgrove Scouts and Community Association all received the £1,000 donation in Portsmouth.

Both new Selco branches supply everything needed to build a house or carry out any refurb job including doors, windows, insulation, roofing, heating, plumbing supplies, lighting, electrical products, kitchens, bathrooms and timber.

Branches also offer an in-branch café, trade services, direct-to-site delivery options and van size parking spaces, all designed to make it easier for tradespeople to get back onto the job as soon as possible.

About Fiona Russell-Horne

Fiona Russell-Horne
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