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HSCL

Established in 1962, HSCL is the number one supplier of trade parts and domestic appliance accessories. Operating out of a 5,600 sq m warehouse facility in Bolton, England, it maintains a strong reputation in the distribution and sales of consumables, accessories and spare parts for domestic appliances and catering equipment as well as LED lamps from TCP. It holds exclusive distribution agreements with various manufacturers. We stock brands like AEG, Bosch, Dyson, Miele, Numatic, TCP, Whirlpool, Zanussi and many more.

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