New and fully revised 2019 Workshop Consumables Catalogue from Connect Workshop Consumables
Connect Workshop Consumables have just published their 2019 catalogue which is fully updated with over a thousand of new lines and offers a truly comprehensive range suitable for businesses and tradesmen of all disciplines.
Connect Workshop Consumables has the resources and technical backup of The Tool Connection, the Warwickshire-based tool distributor and manufacturer. Connect is thus in the unique position of being able to constantly update and complement the consumables choice with items sourced from existing Tool Connection brands, offering a service and variety of product that has not been seen before in the workshop consumables market in the UK. Cables, connectors, washers, fasteners and fixings, anaerobics and adhesives, trim clips, O-rings, trade displays and carousels, the Connect range is incredibly comprehensive, and all covered in this new 460-page catalogue.
The team of industry professionals at Connect Workshop Consumables work tirelessly to provide a complete and inclusive one-stop-shop, constantly sourcing new products that will enhance the range and offer the tradesman and technician the UK’s most comprehensive solution for workshop consumables.
The new catalogue continues the unique Connect innovation of illustrating all the items included in the packs at 1:1 scale — so making sure that you’ve chosen the correct trim clip, sump plug or fuse couldn’t be easier. It also highlights the option of providing customised Connect display stands, ensuring you get the exact mix of products suitable for your customers.
The new catalogue will be available at Automechanika BM at the NEC, Birmingham from 4-6 June on the Tool Connection stand V140 — come along for a visit! You can register for your free ticket at https://automechanika-birmingham-2019.reg.buzz/facebook-content
The full Connect range is available from The Tool Connection’s distributors and stockists. For further details or to order a new Connect catalogue, visit the website:
or call 01926 815000 for friendly and helpful advice.
Posted on Tuesday 04 June 2019