New factory outlet at M&M Timber: open for business

by | Mar 28, 2017 | News, Products | 0 comments

Leading timber manufacturer, M&M Timber, has opened the doors to its new factory outlet. Officially launched at the weekend ? the outlet will be open for business every Saturday from 9am until 12pm at its saw mill site at Clows Top near Kidderminster.

The factory outlet is now open to trade and the public, selling a wide range of end of line fencing posts, railings, fencing panels, trellis, bulk firewood, sheds and other timber materials for landscaping, gardening and field work. Products will change every week, as well as exclusive deals and promotions ? including the current offer on tote bags of firewood for just ?25 each (ex VAT) and wood shaving bales, ideal for horse and livestock bedding at just ?5.80 per bale (ex VAT).

As the UK?s leading manufacturer of machine rounded products and the supplier of choice to the agricultural, utility, commercial, landscaping and play market sectors, M&M Timber provides excellence on all levels. Its high-quality products, extensive range and exceptional customer service makes it the number one timber company to deal with.

Fraser Hall, sales director at M&M Timber commented: ?The team at M&M is excited to open the doors to our new factory outlet and we look forward to doing business with local customers throughout the spring months. Whether you are in search of fencing posts, fencing panels or even a new shed our factory outlet will deliver great savings.? Our range of stock rotates weekly so there is always a fantastic selection of factory seconds plus regular stocks of firewood and wood shavings. We will have a large display area ? so we welcome visitors to drop by and take a browse.?

M&M manufactures and finishes its products at its Worcestershire sawmill and source sustainable raw materials and modern preservatives therefore keeping its environmental footprint at a minimum. The business has also gained the Wood Protection Association (WPA) accreditation for five consecutive years.

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