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Vaillant partners with SBS for new distribution deal
Published:  03 January, 2018

Vaillant has announced that it has entered a new distribution partnership with Sustainable Building Solutions (SBS), part of Travis Perkins Plumbing & Heating division, to boost the availability of its renewable technologies.

Vaillant's aroTHERM and flexoTHERM heat pump range, including the uniSTOR heat pump cylinders, are now available to order from SBS.

The new partnership means that delivery times for Vaillant products are reduced, with most items being eligible for next day delivery to many of its branches throughout the UK. This efficient and tailored delivery service is made possible through the TP Group's extensive UK distribution channels with companies such as City Plumbing, PTS, Travis Perkins and BSS Industrial.

Chris Johnson, National Sales Manager of Renewable Systems at Vaillant, said: "Customers are becoming increasingly aware of their own environmental impact and are making purchasing decisions that reflect this. To help capitalise on this growing demand, Vaillant’s strategic approach towards renewable technologies, will continue to focus on products and systems that can meet the needs of our installers and their customers.

"This new partnership with SBS is a key move in improving our order to delivery timescales. Through the TP Group's extensive distribution channels, our installers will now benefit from next day delivery across much of the UK, ensuring that they can quickly meet the demands of their customers with quality products."

Jacqui Rose, Category Manager at SBS added: "SBS is well known for providing specialist advice for sustainable technologies, including heat pumps. This partnership with one of the UK's leading manufacturers of heating technologies is a result of our business growth and dedication to the heat pump sector. Our extensive network means that clients can now place an order and in many places receive it the next day, which helps in tackling project delays, whilst enabling a more flexible and dynamic way of working. It’s a great deal for everyone."