CEF opens one of its largest branches yet in Cannock

CEF has relocated its Cannock branch to a larger, more modern location and is welcoming customers to its new premises. The new branch and trade counter boasts around 11,000ft² of space, making it one of the largest in the company’s national network.

CEF Cannock is well established, having been part of the CEF branch network for more than 30 years. Local customers will be pleased to know that it’s not moved very far – just around the corner to a new location on Swaffield Park, still offering great access, just off the M6.

Branch Manager Richard Bullock, says, “I am looking forward to welcoming customers to this new, clean modern environment, where we can stock and display so many more ranges. With our impressive warehouse space, the opportunity to stock even more market-leading brands and new innovative technologies is fantastic. And the team here will enjoy working in the kind of environment that their hard work deserves.”

The additional storage space allows greater capacity for a wider range of renewable energy products including solar panels, and electrical vehicle charging points and accessories.

Customers dropping into the new CEF Cannock will be able to take a seat at the breakfast bar where they can browse and order online over a fresh brew. And Richard has secured a range of great deals and giveaways to entice new and regular visitors to the new location.

CEF Cannock has a very experienced team helping to make the move go smoothly. In fact, they have over 110 years’ worth of service and expertise between them.

As well as Richard, who has served 22 years with CEF, there’s van driver Dave Brown who has 25 years on the clock, Assistant Manager Jason Fellows and Account Manager Toniann Haines who have both been with CEF for 20 years, Robert Dangerfield – sales assistant of 15 years, Ben Booth – Account Manager of eight years, Ben Brookes – sales assistant of five years. And two relative newcomers, Josh Brophy – sales assistant with 18 months’ experience and Cheryl Corney – part-time sales assistant who has been with the company for one year.

They will be working closely with the CEF national accounts team to help service businesses with local and national requirements for electrical goods.

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