Grange adds merchant and garden centre accounts

Decorative garden structures and fencing company, Grange has added more than 120 new merchant accounts since the beginning of the 2015 season as well as making "significant inroads" into the garden centre market during the same period.

Gains include the Fortis group, growth of the NBG group, Grangewood Fencing and Haskins Garden Centres. 

The company attributes its continuing growth to a number of new ranges, product development and proactive marketing initiatives - including its first ever consumer campaign - combined with its skills in sourcing and logistics to help keep up supply during storm damage periods which put pressure on stock availability throughout the fencing sector.

Recent new initiatives have included new product development, adding value to fencing products, creating co-ordinated fence, trellis and gate offers and launching new decorative structures.  The 2015 season has also seen a consumer facing media campaign highlighting the decorative structures offer.

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