MiniTec UK opens online shop for quick, convenient purchases

Meeting the demands of today’s manufacturers for quality modular aluminium profile, building systems complete with products and accessories, MiniTec UK has introduced an online shop. Accessed via the company’s website, it is a simple, user-friendly ordering process, ideal for fulfilling ad hoc orders promptly and efficiently.

The online shop is quick and convenient, particularly for ad hoc orders. Customers can still contact MiniTec’s sales team for support when ordering solutions-based orders. The online shop immediately presents a library of products, including profiles, accessories and tools for purchase. Clicking on each image leads to a dedicated page with technical data, including dimensions, application guidance and requirements for assembly. There is also a selection of images which can be inspected and a line drawing.

The online shop was created to save customers valuable time and for ease of use, explained Gary Livingstone, managing director of MiniTec UK. “The online shop has been developed to be a quicker and more convenient way for customers to purchase ad hoc items. The prices are displayed online and there is no need to set up an account. If you know what it is your project needs and you need it quickly, MiniTec’s online shop is designed to help you get things done simply and quickly,” he said.

Buying direct via the online shop means that there is no need to wait for a quote; you can select the product and quantities required and pay by credit or debit card. There is no need to set up an account and MiniTec’s fast, UK-wide delivery service means the products are delivered quickly. The fixed delivery price applies regardless of how large the order.

MiniTec UK Ltd

Unit 1 Telford Road
Houndmills Industrial Estate
Basingstoke
RG21 6YU
UNITED KINGDOM

+44 (0)1256 365605

info@minitec.co.uk

www.minitec.co.uk

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