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Ciret

Ciret Limited was established in 1961 as Homekey Limited, initially supplying top quality brushes throughout the south of England. From its Portsmouth base, the business expanded to become an established supplier to decorators merchants, builders merchants and independent hardware stores throughout the UK and in 2005 moved to our present location in Havant, just outside Portsmouth. In this same year Homekey was acquired by the Ciret Group and was soon renamed Ciret Limited.

We produce more than 50% of our entire product range in our own factories in Europe and Asia.
For our customers this means:

Consistent quality
Guaranteed supply
Fulfilment of special requests
Best possible purchase and sales prices through optimal global procurement of raw materials and finished products.
 

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