Posted 10th July

Tile distributor buys Marshalls’ Tile and Stone Interiors stock

10th July 2019 - 10:14am
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North West-based tile distributor Euxton Tile Supplies has acquired the stock of Tile and Stone Interiors – TSI – from Marshalls Mono, after the latter announced that it was withdrawing from the tile and stone interiors market to focus on its core product range.

“We are delighted that we have been able to secure the stock of the TSI business,” said Euxton Tile Supplies managing director Julian Palmer. “This will give us a national sales footprint almost overnight.

“Customers can be assured that we intend to develop the range and the business to support retailers old and new. We share with Marshalls a commitment to a standard of customer service which is second to none.”

Euxton said it intends to contact all existing TSI customers to assure them that it will “continue to supply all the market-leading ranges as before”, adding: “It is not anticipated that service for the TSI range will suffer over the transition period”.

The tile distributor noted that it intends to distribute the TSI ranges under its Full Circle Ceramics brand, which will be supported by a new website, adding that it will not offer the range online or direct to the domestic market nationally.


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