Briers and Decco form partnership for kids range distribution

by | Sep 12, 2017 | News | 0 comments


Decco and Briers have signed an exclusive partnership agreement for the supply of core gloves, boots, accessories and ?the award-winning? kids range across the UK.

The strength of the brands, combined with Decco?s nationwide distribution service, will enable Decco?s customers both old and new to realise the proven sales increase seen when stocking Briers.?Decco customers will also benefit from in-depth support including merchandising, refreshing design and ongoing innovation from them to ensure long term retail sales are maximised.

The clothing manufacturer’s commitment to quality and fully compliant product was also a significant factor in Decco?s decision to stock and distribute the brand.

Decco specialises in offering service and availability to independent retailers and garden centres throughout the UK.? Supplying a wide range of DIY, gardening and housewares products, it has strong partnerships with the leading suppliers enabling independent retailers to benefit from the strength and differentiation of high profile brands.? Contact your local Decco branch to learn more about availability of Briers products.

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