Dave Archer, Hargreaves’ director of trade operations.

Hargreaves Ductwork expands

Published:  13 March, 2014

Ventilation specialist Hargreaves Ductwork has expanded its trade counter network with the addition of a new operation in Aberdeen.

Located at Hareness Park on the Altens Industrial Estate, Hargreaves’ Aberdeen trade counter brings the company’s network to seven sites across the UK and is the second facility in Scotland, joining the well-established trade counter in East Kilbride. The new location was chosen to supply the industrial and commercial markets across the north and east of Scotland with its extensive product offering and bespoke specialist fabrication facility.

The opening of the Aberdeen trade counter coincides with the company’s launch of a new range of ‘SureFit’ pre-gasketed fittings, designed for time-critical installations. In celebration, Hargreaves will be offering trade counter customers a 35% discount on all purchases of SureFit products throughout March and April.

Hargreaves’ director of trade operations Dave Archer said: “With a comprehensive range of quality ductwork and ventilation-related products, Hargreaves will offer industry in the north and east of Scotland a viable value-for-money alternative to the existing market offering. We are also proud to offer a bespoke specialist facility that will provide both ventilation and fabricated products to cater for demanding environments both on and off shore.

“The new Aberdeen trade counter will enable us to build relationships and serve businesses in Aberdeen, whilst expanding our trade counter network to give us increased geographical coverage across Scotland.”

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