Bunnings opens first purpose-built trade centre


Hardware chain Bunnings has demonstrated its commitment to the construction industry with the opening of a new trade centre in Auckland.
The Bunnings Trade Centre in East Tamaki was officially opened last month by motorsport personality Craig Baird.

Bunnings New Zealand general manager Rod Caust says the opening of the new centre shows how highly the company values its trade customers. “Ensuring that our trade customers are well serviced is incredibly important to us, and the opening of our first trade centre takes the Bunnings offering to a whole new level,” Mr Caust says.

The centre has been set up specifically for trade customers, and features trade quality brands and quantities, a complete frame and truss service, and a specialist trade team offering expert product knowledge and advice.

It was designed with convenience in mind — customers can place orders by phone, fax or email, and the centre features a large undercover loading area for pick-up and an on-site delivery service.
It also offers special orders, an inquiries and quotes service, and dedicated local account managers.

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