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Axminster Tools scoops Power Tool Supplier of the Year

Published: 17 November 2016 - Jenny Wonnacott

Devon-based Axminster Tools & Machinery was recently awarded the top Power Tool Supplier of the Year at the recent On the Tools awards held in the Emirates stadium.

On the Tools describes itself as the largest online construction community in the UK. Construction workers throughout the country nominated their favourite brands and companies for this year’s awards. A panel of judges then considered the nominations and narrowed them down to a shortlist of the best companies. The shortlisted companies then went forward to the final stage, with the outcome being decided by votes from the general public.

Actor/comedian Justin Moorhouse with Martin Brown of Axminster Tools and Tony Munro of awards sponsor Jewson
Actor/comedian Justin Moorhouse with Martin Brown of Axminster Tools and Tony Munro of awards sponsor Jewson

In Axminster’s category, the company was competing against Screwfix, Toolstop and ITS. The Axminster team have said a big thank you to everyone out there who voted for them.

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