‘Light place. Right time’ delivery from ElectricalDirect

ElectricalDirect delivery

ElectricalDirect has expanded its Click & Collect service to offer tradespeople a choice of 6,500 pick up points nationwide. The move forms part of the retailer’s commitment to offering flexible and convenient delivery options for customers on its range of over 12,000 stocked products, including a huge range of lighting solutions.

The growing network of Click & Collect pick-up points offers even more options for tradespeople looking to reduce delays on site and schedule orders around project lead times, with quick access to the products they want, when they want them.

With pick up points in shops including Sainsburys, Halfords, Matalan and Co-op, as well as Doddle at key railway stations and Select local convenience stores, ElectricalDirect customers can simply select their Click & Collect option at the checkout for next day delivery within five miles of their home or worksite.

The Click & Collect service is just one of the delivery options offered by the specialist retailer, with next day delivery available for orders placed online by 9pm, as well as same day delivery to postcodes in selected areas of London and the East of England.

Dominick Sandford, Managing Director at ElectricalDirect, says: “We are committed to offering tradespeople a wide choice of delivery options, so that they can choose their most convenient delivery address, whether it be home, their workplace, or a collection point near to their job site. As a specialist supplier, we are focused on going beyond the standard delivery service to include flexible and useful alternatives such as our 9pm order cut off time, Sunday deliveries, and now even more Click & collect pick up points – all designed to help professionals reduce delays on site and deliver projects as efficiently as possible.”

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