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Screwfix unveils new product catalogue

Published: 9 January 2020 - John King
 

Screwfix has unveiled its 140th product catalogue. 

As a trade specialisdt for over 40 years, Screwfix continue to invest in its product ranges to support busy tradespeople. The new catalogue offers a range of products, from power tools and workwear to electrical and lighting. The ‘Trade Rated’ endorsement provides confidence and reassurance, having been independently tried and tested by Screwfix customers.

Matt Compton, trading director at Screwfix, says: “Our latest catalogue has more than 17,000 products and over 600 new products to give our customers what they need, when they need it. Our trade-rated badge ensures our customers can be confident they’re getting the best every time.”

In addition to thousands of products and special offers from leading brands, the new Screwfix catalogue also features great deals on everyday essentials, offered at low prices. By understanding the products regularly used by their customers, Screwfix are supporting busy tradespeople and serious DIYers by keeping prices low.

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