Toolbank unveils multi-brand POS catalogue

by | Feb 24, 2017 | News, Products | 0 comments

Latest initiative from Toolbank is designed to help its stockists find the most effective point of sale merchandise displays. Named Stand & Deliver/Box Clever, the initiative is presented in a new 84-page publication showing many of the display options available from Toolbank?s hundreds of suppliers.

?We have access to huge range of merchandising aids and point of sale equipment for the many different products we stock and sell,? said Toolbank marketing development director Simon Bicknell: ?But we have never before presented it in a combined format.?

The Stand & Deliver/Box Clever catalogue shows hundreds of display and merchandising options including countertop displays, cut cases, dump bins, wall racks, and both free-standing and wall-mounted display stands. All these are of course available from the individual suppliers ? but making them all available through Toolbank will enable stockists to plan a truly comprehensive display much more easily.

The catalogue is double ended: the Box Clever section focuses mainly on cardboard display cases, and the Stand & Deliver section is all about steel merchandise stands. ?It shows that we can provide POS support to suit just about any kind of product for any type or size of stockist,? said Mr Bicknell. ?In fact we have so many options available that 84 pages isn?t enough to show the full range.?

Many of the displays listed are available with special deals, and in other cases suppliers will provide the POS free of charge, depending on the value of the order. The Stand & Deliver/Box Clever catalogue is available from all Toolbank branches; to locate your nearest branch, call 01322 321460 or go to

Toolbank is the UK?s and Ireland?s largest distributor of hand tools, power tools and hardware products to the retail and merchant markets, stocking 30,000-plus products from more than 250 brands.

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