More Click & Collect points for IronmongeryDirect and ElectricalDirect customers

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IronmongeryDirect and ElectricalDirect have expanded their Click & Collect service, offering tradespeople more flexibility and convenience. 270 new pick-up points have been added to an expanding network of over 6,000 UK shops, with more planned for the coming months.

This added benefit for customers forms part of IronmongeryDirect and ElectricalDirect’s ‘trusted to deliver’ promise to provide tradespeople with the products they want, when they want them. The new Click & Collect pick-up points join a growing suite of flexible delivery options for tradespeople looking to schedule orders around project lead times and demand.

The two companies recently launched a same day delivery service for those ordering deliveries to selected Essex postcodes including Southend-on-Sea, Chelmsford, Romford Ilford and East London.

In addition, IronmongeryDirect and ElectricalDirect customers are now able to secure next day delivery on orders placed online up until 9pm.

Marco Verdonkschot, Managing Director at IronmongeryDirect and ElectricalDirect says: “As part of our ‘trusted to deliver’ brand promise, we have expanded our delivery offering, so we can get products to our customers quickly and reliably to a timeframe that works for them. We now offer same day, free next day and click and collect deliveries, as well as extended late night ordering for next day delivery by 9pm.

“By offering a variety of different delivery options, we aim to provide greater flexibility for our customers, allowing them to work as smoothly as possible, especially when meeting tight project schedules.”

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