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Buck & Hickman launches new 2012 catalogue

Posted: Tuesday 8th May 2012

Buck & Hickman, the UK’s leading distributor of tools, maintenance and health and safety products has launched a new 2012 catalogue, its first since becoming part of Brammer in September 2011.

The new catalogue features over 9,000 new products and reflects new supplier partnerships that Buck & Hickman have signed with major industrial brands, including Shell Lubricants and StahlWille hand tools, as well as significant new ranges of the exclusive Roebuck brand that offer customers the opportunity to reduce their purchasing costs without compromising on quality or performance.

At 2,088 pages, it offers the most comprehensive ranges of tools, maintenance and health and safety products available in the UK. With the vast majority of products featured stocked at Buck & Hickman’s National Distribution Centre and available for next day delivery, the catalogue provides an incredibly detailed buying guide that reduces the need for companies to hold their own stocks of expensive tools and consumable items.

Commenting on the launch of the new catalogue, managing director Ian Ritchie said: “Buck & Hickman and its iconic catalogue has a wonderful heritage in the UK market and has long been established as a trusted and valued purchasing solution for thousands of procurement professionals throughout UK industry. This latest edition is designed to re-emphasise Buck & Hickman’s position as ‘the tools, maintenance and health and safety specialists’ and underlines our commitment to develop both the Buck & Hickman brand and proposition for the future”.

Copies of the new 2012 Buck & Hickman catalogue are available from Buck & Hickman’s national network of branches throughout the UK.

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