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The BMF welcomes new members in Northern Ireland

The BMF has welcomed two new independent merchant members in Northern Ireland:

BJ Mullen L-R: James O’Hagan (General Manager, BJ Mullen), Shane Mullen (Director, BJ Mullen), John Newcomb (BMF Managing Director), Graham Bolton (BMF Regional Manager).
L-R: James O’Hagan (General Manager, BJ Mullen), Shane Mullen (Director, BJ Mullen), John Newcomb (BMF Managing Director), Graham Bolton (BMF Regional Manager).

The first local independent merchant in Northern Ireland to sign up is B J Mullen & Sons Ltd, bathroom, tiles, building and plumbing supplies are based in Moy, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, B J Mullen was founded in 1977 and is in its third generation of family ownership, employing 20 people. By joining, BJ Mullen show commitment to continuous development and standing at the forefront of industry advances, reassuring their customers of professionalism and expertise.

 

Shane Mullen, Director of B J Mullen said: “We are excited to be joining the BMF as a smaller independent and we are looking forward to working with the BMF in all areas, but especially training and health and safety.”

 

Kellys Point cover South Down and South Armagh areas, leading into Southern Ireland, and employing around 30 staff. They operate out of a four acre site which is shared by their sister companies Kellys Point Hire Ltd and Kelly Bros Building Contractors. With a reputation for good service, product knowledge and reasonably priced products, Kelly’s Point have a vast array of products, catering to both builders and DIY enthusiasts.

 

Kenny Toner, General Manager of Kellys Point said: “We are delighted to be joining the BMF as the latest local independent merchant in Northern Ireland. We are looking forward to building upon the already strong relationships enjoyed with our suppliers and customers.”

 

John Newcomb, BMF MD said: “I am delighted B J Mullen and Kellys Point see the value in being part of the BMF. We are looking forward to working with them both. The Federation has changed a lot in recent years and has a great deal to offer every merchant, no matter where they are in the UK, or the size of their operation.”

 

About Fiona Russell-Horne

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

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