NIGLON GOES LIVE WITH LUCKINS THIS MONTH

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  Posted by: electime      13th April 2018

Electrical accessories and consumables supplier, Niglon, is to list all its products on Luckins for the first time, saying that this makes real-time pricing, integration with wholesalers’ own stock management systems and product selection by specifiers and contractors quicker and easier than ever before.

The move comes as part of a 3600 investment in product development, infrastructure, sales and marketing by Niglon, an electrical specialist that trades exclusively through the wholesale channel with a 50-year track record in the sector.

The company has recently moved to custom-built premises with product development, assembly and training facilities and, last year, launched seven new ranges totalling more than 500 new products.

Niglon’s commercial director, Paul Dawson explained: “As our product range and customer base expand, we need to ensure that we make it as quick and simple as possible for wholesalers to list our products and gain accurate, up-to-date product and pricing information on every item across our circuit protection, wiring accessories, industrial accessories, cable management, lighting and fixings and tools portfolio.”

“Listing all our products on Luckins means that all wholesalers who subscribe can update their own product data, including product spec and pricing whenever they need to with automated updates from Luckins, making it faster and easier than ever for them to benefit from listing our extensive, competitively priced range.”

“Meanwhile specifiers and contractors can identify what they need using Luckins Live, making it easier for them to source the exact product they require from their local wholesaler.”

Live Luckins data on all Niglon products is now available bringing more than 2500 individual Niglon products to the online service, with automated updates to wholesalers’ websites, contractor and wholesaler business applications and contractor mobile applications.


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