Posted 7th Oct 2019

Rearo launch commercial website

7th October 2019 - 15:00pm
Rearo, cubicle and surfaces manufacturer, commercial specific website, washroom and cladding solutions, COSHH, CAD software, KBB, KBBDaily,

Rearo, the Glasgow based cubicle and surfaces manufacturer, has launched a new commercial specific website. The website, which was developed in-house, features a selection of Case Studies on some of Rearo’s commercial projects, including those for McDonald’s and Scottish Water.

It also showcases the company’s full range of washroom and cladding solutions, as well as bespoke options, and each listing has its own easy to download brochures, COSHH and technical data sheets in PDF format. It is anticipated that this will simplify the process for planning architectural projects.

“We have been investing significantly in the commercial side of the business in recent years, through purchasing new manufacturing machinery within the factory and developing employee skills on CAD software,” said Rearo Commercial Manager, Colin Massie.

“We’re now considered one of the key contenders in the commercial surfaces market, and therefore needed a website to show current and potential customers exactly what we’re capable of, and how we can support their project. Already we’ve had an encouraging response from the new site, with a significant increase in customer enquiries” added Massie.

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