IronmongeryDirect and ElectricalDirect continue to expand delivery options

Delivery options

IronmongeryDirect and ElectricalDirect have announced expanded delivery options to include Call & Collect and has added new postcodes to their same-day delivery service, making it even easier for professionals to order products flexibly and in line with the demands of their project schedules.

The Call & Collect service offers a new way for tradespeople to quickly access the wide range of IronmongeryDirect and ElectricalDirect products essential for getting the job done. Once the order is placed, customers can conveniently collect their items directly from the trade counter in Basildon, Essex an hour later.

Same-day delivery has also been expanded to include CO, N, EC and WC postcodes, building on the Southend-On-Sea, Chelmsford and Romford IG, & E postcode areas where the service is already available.

The new services join an existing line up of delivery options, making ordering from both companies’ wide range of stocked architectural ironmongery and electrical products even more convenient for tradespeople to work to their own schedule.

Marco Verdonkschot, Managing Director at IronmongeryDirect and ElectricalDirect says, “We know how important it is to keep our customers supplied with the goods they need, when they need them. We already offer free next day deliveries and a Click & Collect service to over 6,000 pick-up points nationwide and are delighted to expand our delivery options with a one-hour Call & Collect service and same-day delivery to several new postcodes.

“We are dedicated to extending our delivery capabilities to offer even more convenience for our customers to access our huge range of products and ensure there is a delivery option for all. With low trade prices and free returns, we are proud to enhance our award-winning service to tradespeople across the country.”

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