Fibo Becomes a PHG Supplier

Fibo UK has become an approved supplier to all members of the mFibo wall panels and PoS items displayed in PHG member BBS showroomerchant buying group PHG. The group represents 366 branches and showrooms, and a combined turnover of over £440m across leading brands in the plumbing & heating sector.

Fibo Managing Director Scott Beattie said, “We’re delighted to be an approved supplier of PHG. Fibo was already supplying some members, but to be formally part of the group means we can continue to build on existing relationships as well as establish new ones. We are committed to helping merchants do well with our range and will be actively engaging with all members to show how our panels can add value to their businesses.”

Joining PHG coincides with the launch of Fibo’s 14 new designs, including on-trend marble and stone effect panels, more choice in seamless finishes, and a greater range of colours. Members will be able to create standout displays and take advantage of new sales opportunities with innovative and stylish wall panels.

PHG Lead Negotiator Gordon Jackson added “With many positive comments from members already dealing with Fibo, along with its unique product features, it made sense for us to add them to our approved supplier list. We look forward to working closely with the team and making the most of this growing market.”

The company explains that demand for bathroom and kitchen wall panels is growing rapidly as more merchants and their installer customers realise the benefits of panels over traditional tiles. Fibo’s Aqualock tongue and groove system means panels are five times quicker to install than tiles, and with Fibo’s range of sealants and accessories, bathroom fitters have all the tools they need to complete the job.

For more information on Fibo’s new range of wall panels and accessories, visit or call 01494 771 242. Follow @Fibo_UK on Twitter.

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