Posted 14th Jul 2017

TKC upgrades trade-only showroom and counter

By KBBDaily on 14th July 2017 - 10:08am

TKC has upgraded its trade-only showroom and counter to “further improve customer service” by incorporating more kitchen displays and ancillary products.

The company has also created a separate area for trade customer transactions. The showroom now features TKC's Cambridge and Windsor ranges, which were recently launched to “meet the continued market demand for solid timber doors”.

“With the addition of more ancillary products such as silicones, sealants and fixings and an upgraded display area that allows us to show more of our rapidly expanding product range, we aim to act as more of a one-stop-shop for customers,” said TKC trade counter manager Sinead Gill.

“Crucially, we have been able to include displays of Cambridge and Windsor, which have rapidly become popular sellers as the demand for classic design continues to grow.”


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