Walsall wheelbarrow company has GLEE all boxed up

by | Sep 1, 2016 | Community, News | 0 comments


The Walsall Wheelbarrow Company Ltd, the only remaining UK-based and UK-owned manufacturer of wheelbarrows, will be launching its newly extended Barrow-in-a-Box range at this year?s GLEE.

The inventive Barrow-in-a-Box range offers a widespread choice of easy-to-assemble wheelbarrow solutions for every application. The new range extension will include space saving, self-assembly versions of the company?s popular galvanised Twin Barrow and hugely successful Duraball model.

Simon Thacker, Sales Director at The Walsall Wheelbarrow Company explains, ?Following its launch last year, sales of our ergonomically designed Duraball wheelbarrow have rocketed, far exceeding our expectations. The new Barrow-in-a-Box Duraball offers all of the clever design features of the original model but can now be easily and conveniently unassembled for storage when not in use.?

Along with The Wallsall Wheelbarrow Company?s broad-minded approach to product development, the family-run business is leading the way in customer support with a newly available drop-ship service.

With high customer demand for next day delivery, the company now offers flexible customer support, ensuring speedy delivery within 24 hours of order placement.

To find out more, visit The Walsall Wheelbarrow Company Ltd in Hall 17-20, Stand 19G68 at GLEE this September or call the sales line on 01902 304002.

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