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SIG buys F30 Building Products

Building products distributor, SIG UK,has bought Bristol-based construction product supplier F30 Building Products.

 

A national supplier with a broad range of specialist products, F30 Building Products operates from branches in Bristol and Plymouth and will continue to trade under its current name and branding but with the full support of SIG Distribution’s local network.

The SIG UK Leadership Team will work closely with staff at F30, investing in its people and systems to create a strong framework for the future and further strengthen the business’s first-rate service to customers by growing its already extensive product range.

Rob Pearce, managing director at F30 and divisional director of SIG Construction Accessories South, said: “I am incredibly pleased that F30 Building Products has been welcomed into the SIG family. This move is in line with continuing efforts by SIG to strengthen its local service and increase its offering to customers nationwide.

“I look forward to working with my new colleagues and expanding our capabilities for the benefit of customers in the South West and throughout the UK.”

This latest acquisition is part of a wider programme by SIG UK to increase the number of specialist staff available to SIG customers.

Philip Johns, managing director of SIG UK, said: “F30 Building Products’ focus on customer care and technical expertise make it a natural fit for the SIG group. The company’s ethos of providing customers with an unparallel range of specialist products backed by knowledgeable staff is perfectly in line with SIG’s commitment to working in partnership with our customers and providing flexible solutions that contribute in real terms to their continued financial success.”

About Fiona Russell-Horne

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

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