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Davroc announces partnership with Carron

davroc and carron partnershipDavroc has announced a partnership for nationwide distribution of the full Carron Bathrooms range. Their new agreement allows them to deliver bathroom products to both existing Carron customers, and those within the Davroc customer base.

Carron is a manufacturer of acrylic baths, based in Falkirk, Scotland. Its product portfolio includes a range of rectangular and freestanding baths, whirlpools, shower screens, panels and accessories. Davroc currently distribute to a number of brands including Laufen, Bette, Roca, Aqualisa, Grohe, VitrA and Alca and Drench. Distribution by Davroc is due to commence from early December, with product lines already in stock across their three warehouse and distribution centres in the UK. As a result of Davroc’s fleet of 36 vans and drivers, next day delivery will also available to the majority of the UK.

Davroc’s managing director, Chris Dodds, said: “As a business, our partners are very important to us both in terms of their product, culture and most importantly their values. We have been in discussions with Carron for 6 months and we believe we have found a long-term partner who shares our goals of product quality and service. We are delighted to add Carron to our portfolio and look forward to working with James and the Carron team.”

Carron Bathrooms’ managing director, James McMorrine, said: “From our initial conversations with Davroc, it became apparent that our values were completely aligned in terms of product, innovation and service. With a commitment to offering the optimum customer experience in the professional bathroom sector, Davroc undoubtedly share the same goals as Carron. We are excited to be involved with such a respected partner and look forward to working with Chris and the team at Davroc.”

 

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