Texstyle appoints Scottfree to enhance QLD service
Nick Brice, national sales manager of Melbourne based Texstyle Australia, said while the company had been active in the Queensland market for around 10 years, Scottfree’s appointment would enable it to service the Queensland market more efficiently.
“Because our goods were previously always shipped from Melbourne it could take up to four days for them to arrive. Andrew’s substantial investment in a warehousing facility with storage management and electronic inventory management systems on the Gold Coast will speed up our delivery times considerably.”
“Supporting Texstyle across its whole range of fabrics, Scottfree will offer same day delivery for the Gold Coast, next day for Brisbane metro and many parts of Queensland, as well as servicing a number of customers in northern New South Wales,” he said.
“All of us at Texstyle are extremely excited about working alongside Andrew. I am particularly pleased that I will be working in conjunction with Andrew to make our product range more accessible to Queensland customers,” said Brice.
Andrew Scott brings to his role over 15 years’ experience in the industry.
“When Texstyle approached me to become its distributor it came out of left field but it certainly piqued my interest, and it was soon clear that the partnership would be a great fit,” Scott said.
“The key strengths I’ll be able to bring to this role are a high level of customer service and product knowledge.”
In addition to exclusively distributing the full range of Texstyle Fabrics, Scottfree will also offer a range of components for all types of window coverings, as well as a design service offering bespoke, made to order componentry.
released: Thursday, August 11, 2011
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