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New online shop for building services engineers

Logic4trade, a new online store, has been launched selling testing, inspection and consumable products for gas engineers, oil installers and electricians.
New online shop for building services engineers
Logic4trade aims to provide building services engineers with the right tools to do their job safely and efficiently, with products from leading brands, including Anton and a variety of licensed Gas Safe Registered equipment, available exclusively to registered gas engineers.

Items on sale range from installation, maintenance and safety testing equipment to personalised work wear and van accessories and can be bought securely online using PayPal, debit or credit card. Logic4trade is a sister company to Logic4training, which delivers training and assessment services for heating, plumbing, electrical and air-conditioning installers.

Kevin Budd, managing director of Logic4trade, said: 'I am delighted to introduce Logic4trade, which compliments perfectly the training services supplied by Logic4training. This new web-based shop completes our commitment to arming installers with the skills, and now equipment, to do their jobs properly and within the law.'

To find out more, visit: www.logic4trade.co.uk.

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4 July 2011

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