Stockgap has announced the launch of its striking new brand identity which will be rolled out this Spring in a comprehensive programme including a new logo, packaging, marketing and merchandising materials.
The eye-catching new identity and branding has been designed to reflect the distributor’s continued commitment to merchant customers and is built around two of the company’s pledges – ‘Putting Merchants First’ and ‘Ordered Delivered Done’. It also reflects its market leading position as a distributor of steel and concrete lintels, roof windows, corrugated roofing sheets, drainage, manhole covers, metalwork and plasterer’s bead and mesh.
With a proven track record of putting merchants first, Stockgap has a reputation for being a reliable distribution partner of product brands that are known and respected such as Keystone Lintels, IG Lintels, Keylite Roof Windows, TherraWood Decking, James Hardie Fibre Cement Wall Cladding, Mufle Line Drainage and Supreme Concrete Lintels.
Stockgap buys in bulk and breaks stock to provide its merchant customers with cost effective access to key brands. The company has grown its enviable position by offering a fast turnaround and with no minimum order requirement. Typically, this fast, reliable and efficient delivery service is provided to branch or direct to customers within 24 – 48 hours.
Commenting on the new branding, Mark Reid, Managing Director of Stockgap said: “We are really excited to launch this sharp new brand identity which expresses the energy and ambitions of the Stockgap proposition to its merchant customers. As a merchant-only business, we are looking forward to the new branding generating specifications and driving increasing sales for all of our merchant customers.”
Based in Dartford, Stockgap is a distributor of a wide range of specialist building products to over a 1,000 builder’s and timber merchants in south-east England. It has a highly experienced and knowledgeable team to assist merchants with any queries and to ensure the right product is delivered on time.