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Lindab's ventilation store opens in Scotland

Lindab has unveiled a giant superstore of ventilation products in Glasgow.
Lindab is one of the UK's leading fan distributors and suppliers of flexible and spiral ductwork.

Jon Getchell, Lindab's regional manager for Scotland, said the facility offered 'fast, reliable supplies' of ductwork for customers in Scotland, even during periods of peak demand.

To guarantee same day availability, Lindab carries stock throughout the country. In addition to its four major UK manufacturing plants the company produces spiral ductwork at 15 locations in the UK. Complete packages of equipment can be assembled at the branch ready for delivery to site or collection.

'Local production also helps to keep prices competitive', Getchell added.

Mike Goodspeed, joint managing director of Lindab UK's ventilation division said 'The huge Lindab range makes it possible to offer customers impartial advice on selecting the best solution'.

The Lindab group with a head office in Sweden, has 5,000 employees in 30 countries.

18 February 2008


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