|By PR Newswire||
|February 3, 2014 02:01 AM EST||
NORWICH, England, February 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
ESE Direct, a leading independent UK manufacturer and supplier who specialise in business supplies and storage equipment, are publishing their new 2014 catalogue which will be available from 1st February. This year, they are printing more than ever, over 30% more than last year; such is their growing reputation for great products at great prices, and first class customer service.
The catalogue has been redesigned with a new modern look; it is now even easier to find what you are looking for, including improved photography to better showcase the great range of products. ESE Direct have also added over 1100 new products, giving you even more choice when ordering for your business. Furthermore they have held or reduced over 2,000 prices.
A number of the new products and ranges include; a workbench bundle pack, making it easier for you to order your workbench without having to trawl through the added extras saving you time and money and a greatly improved range of safety signs. The catalogue also includes a new range of UK manufactured 2-piece traffic cones, providing better quality at a lower price, plus a shorter lead time for their customers.
ESE Direct formed a new partnership with local Norfolk manufacturer Lee & Plumpton which was announced at the end of 2013, manufacturing and supplying beautiful high quality office furniture, which is specifically designed to meet the needs of design conscious businesses on a budget.
The catalogue will be available from 1st February and sent out to existing customers, if you would like a copy please use the catalogue request form here, or call their friendly team on 0808-250-6642.
Eastern Storage Equipment (ESE) was established in 1975 by Brian Francis predominantly selling shelving and racking. Simon Francis took over from father Brian in 1999, shortly after this ESE trebled its customer base and expansion plans were put in place to enable year on year growth. 2013 was the best year of 38 years trading, with increasing sales and a customer base leaving only 1 postal district in the UK not supplied to, with 68% of products made in the UK. January 2013 saw ESE being rebranded to ESE Direct Ltd, a trading style they used since 2005.
Company Website: http://www.esedirect.co.uk
Contact: Lee Newell, +44(0)1603-629956, [email protected]
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