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Premier Paper Group expands in the North East

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March 2014 – Since opening in January 2012, the branch, which services customers across the North East of England, Cumbria, Dumfries and Galloway; has enjoyed continued growth. Two new members of staff also join the team to help meet the growing service demands of an increasing customer base and order volumes.

Premier offers some 3,500 different product items from many of the World’s leading paper manufacturers including the UK market’s widest selection of media for digital printing. The new larger premises will enable Premier to hold up to 900 pallets of paper locally, supporting its commitment to deliver next-day and to offer a same-day delivery service on its locally stocked lines. Customers also have access to a further 20,000 tonnes of papers which are held throughout the Premier branch network, all available for next-day delivery.

Washington’s Branch Sales Manager Mike Banks said: “In each of our 16 branches we tailor our stock holding to meet local demand. The move to new larger premises and the additional resources in  the North East will allow us to offer more choice to customers across the region; together with greater service flexibility and product availability, in order to support future growth.”

The move will also include an increase in Premier’s local delivery fleet; the merchant will have six vehicles and drivers operating throughout the region further supported by Premier’s national fleet of around a hundred trucks.