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Stax expands wall and floor tile offer

Published: 7 June 2019 - Fiona Garcia
 

The UK wholesaler has “taken positive steps” to combat issues in tile supply chain and revealed details of 14 new designs and collections recently added to its product range.

The new tile ranges include classic designs, as well as modern, plain and geometric styles from suppliers, such as Grupo Halcón, Johnson Tiles, Verona, +39 and Newker.

“This is terrific news for Stax,” said purchasing director Simon Wright. “Although there have recently been problems in the UK tile supply chain, we’ve taken a number of positive steps to ensure that our customers can access a huge range of tile options. These new brands join a full range of tile accessories from such brands as Tilebacker, Tile Rite and HardieBacker, so we really can provide whatever they need.”

To promote the new range, Stax is publishing a new tile catalogue which features the collections available from the new suppliers and promises “attractive prices and discount options.”

Mr Wright added: “We’re dedicated to supporting the UK’s independent retailers in as many ways as possible, and this latest development is a good example of that approach in action.”

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