Posted 12th June

Roca and Ideal Bathrooms join forces for new brochure

12th June 2019 - 07:00am
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Bathroom distributor Ideal Bathrooms and manufacturer Roca have joined forces to launch its exclusive new Best Sellers brochure for retailers.

The 12-page brochure features several of Roca’s collections, including its bestselling sanitaryware and furniture ranges, with Ideal Bathrooms stocking all of the products listed.

The distributor said the products featured in the brochure will be available for next day delivery to “99% of the UK” from its four depots in Milton Keynes, Glasgow, Wakefield and Hayes.

“We are excited to be working with Roca to promote the company’s best sellers and it’s brilliant to be able to offer these products to our customers,” said Ideal Bathrooms commercial director Danielle Lillis.

“With specialist knowledge of the bathroom market, sales history and the display base, a core range of the bestselling SKUs have been selected from the Victoria Basic, Debba, The Gap and Mini ranges.”

Lillis added: “Retailers will receive the exclusive brochure and will be able place orders through our sales office or by logging into their online trade account.”

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