Grange Fencing available direct from the docks

Thanks to recent logistical agreements at the dockside, Grange customers can now buy 30 new products complementing the existing lines available in the Grange decorative product category.

This extended range via the more direct route from the docks, enables a "considerable" price reduction.

A Grange representative said: "Basically this cuts out a stage in the logistics and therefore a cost. So Grange brings in product from overseas and Grange customers take it direct from the dock as opposed to via Grange taking delivery and then delivering on as a two stage process. It’s not what every retailer would want to do but does represent a cheaper way of getting product."

As well as the new style Elite St Malo fence panel, there are new panel sizes on a number of existing designs. There are also new sizes in the established Alderley trellis range as well two new trellis ranges, Lilleshall, offering a small gauge for privacy and Halesfield with very large gauge for decorative impact. The six-strong gate selection includes three new designs which match with Grange fence panels. The whole range feature planed, rounded and grooved timber finishes.

















from clear pricing options on all these products based on a minimum order of £2000. Full load orders can also be fulfilled and interested retailers should contact their Grange representative in the first instance or call the Grange sales line on 01952 588088.

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