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Stax takes to the road with mobile showroom

Published: 1 June 2018 - Fiona Garcia
 

Stax Trade Centres has invested in a new mobile showroom that is visiting customers’ premises to showcase its workwear range.

The showroom, which is mounted on a road trailer, is a first for Stax, which supplies workwear services to a wide range of businesses, ranging from small independent traders through to local councils, and major commercial organisations. Its trade centre in Glasgow also houses the company’s own dedicated workwear showroom and production facility.

“The mobile showroom is a great resource for us to have at our disposal, and it reflects the breadth of our workwear offering,” said clothing product manager Jason Ellis. “We are now using it to take Stax out to customers, saving them the inconvenience of having to leave their office or contact us to request samples.”

Mr Ellis added that the trailer also increases the level of contact Stax has with its customers and “provides a valuable source of feedback from the people who actually wear our garments”.

  

 

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