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Brammer Buck & Hickman open new East Midlands Hub

Brammer Buck & Hickman

Nottingham and Leicester branches combined into single facility near East Midlands Airport

BRAMMER Buck & Hickman, a Rubix company and the UK’s leading supplier of industrial maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) products and services, have announced the opening of a new East Midlands Hub, formed from the merger of the company’s Nottingham and Leicester branches into a single, larger, more accessible location.

The new East Midlands Hub, adjacent to East Midlands Airport, is considerably larger than either of the previous branches, allowing a wider range of stock to be held on site for instant customer access and choice.

The location of the new premises – Unit 440 Air Cargo Centre, Argosy Road, East Midlands Airport, DE74 25A – is also beneficial, with easy access on to the M1, M42, A6 and A42 for maximum customer convenience.

All the staff – including all the sales teams and delivery and vending drivers – from both the Nottingham and Leicester branches will continue to serve customers as before.

Customers can continue to use all the same contact details as before, although a new telephone number (01332 300825) is in operation, along with a new email address ([email protected]). Existing numbers and emails will be redirected and will continue to work.

‘We are delighted to be able to better serve customers across the East Midlands, including the busy Nottingham and Leicester areas, with this new hub,’ commented Geoff Cox, area director at Rubix UK. ‘It enables us to provide our customers across the East Midlands region with an improved single-source service.

‘We are open for business now and, when it’s safe to do so, we will be celebrating with an open day for customers to give them a tour of the new site and facilities. We are very much looking forward to seeing them.’

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