Profit In The Public Sector With Help From New Catalogues
Healthcare Sector Products
The public sector is one of the few remaining areas that has sufficient funding for works despite the difficult economy. And to help contractors to effectively target this market, Newey & Eyre has once again teamed up with the UK’s premium electrical accessories brand, MK Electric, to launch a range of bespoke catalogues on affordable housing, healthcare and education.
Dual branded and unique to Newey & Eyre branches nationwide, each catalogue provides detailed information on the particular needs of each individual sector and encompasses important topics such as energy saving, electrical safety, security and legislation.
The literature also provides information on the most suitable product choices for each of these specialised environments. In keeping with Newey & Eyre’s renowned capabilities in providing the newest technologies first, this incorporates MK’s market–leading range of Logic Plus accessories, boasting the safest sockets ever developed. There is also a section on Ackermann’s cable management products, which are widely recognised for their remarkable safety features and high durability, offering a comprehensive 20–year product guarantee.
This follows on from recent activity which has seen the leading wholesaler launch a major wiring accessories promotion throughout key branches, also in association with MK Electric. The idea behind the promotion, which is in the form of a large display unit showing an expansive array of product panels, is to provide customers with a tangible snapshot of all the latest trends and styles available.
Kevin Norman, Category Manager at Newey & Eyre explains:
While the construction sector shows no sign of seeing a sudden upturn, there are a number of Government initiatives still driving investment in healthcare, education and affordable housing. Looking ahead, for example, there are major programmes planned within education (Building Schools for the Future, Building Colleges for the Future and Primary Capital Programme). Other projects are planned in healthcare, where spend is expected to rise 15% this year and this is in addition to the Decent Homes Standard which will continue to drive work in the affordable housing sector. It is therefore these areas that will provide real profit opportunities for contractors.
We want to ensure our customers have the right tools and expertise to capitalise on these lucrative opportunities. Across the board, from product innovation through to delivery and sales support, we believe the combination of MK’s products and services with our unrivalled sourcing and project management abilities provides an extremely effective offering to those involved with electrical installation in the public sector
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