New garden centre cement and mortar range is first of its kind

The UK?s leading cement manufacturer, Lafarge Tarmac, is launching a range of six new innovative cement products specially designed for garden centre customers.

The new range of garden centre tubs, the first of their kind, are specifically designed for a variety of gardening and landscaping tasks, such as laying paving slabs, fixing fence posts and doing small concreting and bricklaying projects, like building a brick barbeque.

Lafarge Tarmac?s range of versatile, weather-resistant plastic tubs was designed with the gardening and landscaping market in mind. The plastic tubs mean that users can take out just enough of the product and re-seal the rest for later, saving time, waste and money. They are ready-to-use with just the addition of water and the Mortar product can be mixed in the tub, minimising any possible mess and fuss.

The newly-designed tubs, which are easy to carry, feature attractive, end-user-friendly instructions, application photographs and guidelines so that users can feel confident in the job at hand.

Chris Cooper, Strategic Marketing Manager Packed Products at Lafarge Tarmac, said: ?This new range of plastic tubs really does make small outdoor DIY jobs easier than ever.

?With these products, we have brought customer-led innovation to market, responding to an increased demand from garden centres and their customers for easy-to-use, ready-mixed cement and mortar products.

?The new packaging builds on our strong heritage of innovation, which is at the heart of everything we do.

?These tubs offer simple, quick, no-mess solutions to garden centre customers and will be a strong addition to any garden centre?s product offering as they look great on the shelf and offer an exciting new profit making opportunity.?

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