IBMG electifies Romford

The electrical division of south-east merchant group IBMG has opened a new Grant & Stone electrical wholesaler on Hainault Rd, Romford, Essex.

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The branch is a specialist containment branch, providing customers with a wide selection of tray and trunking, and solutions to all their containment needs, offering a broad range of products, including cable, lighting, consumer units and fixings to meet its customers’ requirements. Located directly on the A12, the branch has ample parking and a trade counter, ensuring convenient collections, as well as access to a network of 21 electrical branches across the South of England through their local branch.

Branch manager Garth Davies said: “Our focus is to provide a comprehensive product range and deliver the best service to customers locally by making Grant & Stone Romford the number one choice for customers electrical needs. We have passionate team of specialists who do what needs to get done, and no request is too big or too small. The answer is yes, now what’s the question?”

Darren House, managing director of IBMG’s electrical division, added: “Grant & Stone have a strong presence from Enfield through to Paignton and we are delighted to be opening our second branch in two weeks. The experienced team of specialists at Romford are led by Garth Davies, a great local manager who has over 26 years’ experience in electrical wholesaling. Garth’s career has seen him work for some of the biggest electrical contractors and wholesalers in Essex, and our customers will greatly benefit from his knowledge and understanding of both sides of the industry.”

The Romford branch will also be working with the Anchorage Association Charity with a scheme for the Endeavor School in Brentwood. Davies, will be cycling in Ride London, cycling 100miles to raise money to fund the school’s Cycling Scheme Project.

IBMG’s specialist electrical wholesale branches now has 22 across the South of England.

About Fiona Russell-Horne

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