Spare parts deal delivers more power to showers

Published:  21 July, 2009

UK: Heating spares supplier, Curzon has partnered with shower manufacturer, Mira…

to provide 100% parts availability throughout its entire branch network for Mira's top-selling spare parts. The move, which launched this month, is claimed to be an industry first.

Debbie-Sue Price, marketing manager at Curzon, said: "Providing our customers with what they need, when they need it, is an integral part of delivering a successful business.

“To ensure that our customer base is well-placed to service the needs of the consumer, we have developed our own Curzon guarantee so that tradesman throughout the UK can depend on us whenever they enter one of our branches."

Sarah Skinner, key account manager at Kohler Mira, said: "Partnering with Curzon builds on our existing relationship with Saint-Gobain Building Distribution and is a natural step forward.

“Ensuring that the trade has ready access to our products is paramount and this partnership supports a more effective and efficient service."

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