CCF opens new Staffordshire-based branch

Published:  10 April, 2014

Interior building products distributor CCF has opened a new 38,000 sq ft branch in Newcastle-under-Lyme in response to growing demand from contractors within the Staffordshire area.

With excellent links to the nearby M6, the branch is ideally located to support existing and new customers in the surrounding areas, which were previously serviced by CCF branches in Birmingham and Manchester.

The new branch will be able to offer a local first class service for all customers who will now have an extensive full range of interior building products and insulation solutions on their door step.

The new branch has excellent stock availability of specialist interior materials including dry-lining, suspended ceiling products, flooring, insulation and fire protection. In addition, CCF Stoke will be a centre of excellence for Sektor, the new and exciting range of partitioning systems only available from CCF.

Steve Quarrington, regional director at CCF, said: “We are extremely pleased to be extending the CCF offering within Staffordshire and the surrounding area to offer customers greater service and availability of stock. It’s also a fantastic chance to support the local community by creating new employment opportunities for local people.

“As part of the Travis Perkins Group and specialists of interior building products, the move to Newcastle-under-Lyme will provide contractors with access to a wider range of insulation, ceiling and dry lining materials, all from leading names in the industry, along with Sektor, our own range of demountable partition systems.”

The new CCF Stoke branch can be found at Unit 2, Rosevale Business Park, Newcastle Under Lyme, ST5 7UB.

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