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Toolbank enters the garden market

Published: 1 April 2015
Toolbank is launching into the garden market with what one supplier says promises to be "a formidable business".
Toolbank enters the garden market
The wholesaler has teamed up with brands including Crest Garden, Hozelock, Fiskars, Cuprinol, Bahco, Ronseal, Doff, Vitax, STV, Black & Decker and Roughneck and created a 300-page, garden-specific catalogue.

With next-day delivery nationwide and a £50 minimum order, plus availability of over 95% across the complete offering, Toolbank says it will give retail customers the security of supply moving both quickly and efficiently.

Read more in the April 3 issue of DIY Week

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