Nimans has officially opened a new £500,000 Manchester Trade Counter facility – based in Trafford Park – hosting a mini trade fair as part of the celebrations.
Product demonstrations, prize draws and warehouse tours were part of a special open day that also featured a networking ‘zone’.
Nimans’ Radio Communications Category Manager, Gary Redshaw, was on hand to showcase the company’s expanding two-way radio division including devices from Hytera, Motorola and Icom. He was joined by representatives from Hellermann Tyton, Ideal Industries, Riello UPS, KableMate, Erico, Draper Tools, Titan, Dymo, Marshall Tufflex and Greenlee Communications – and Nimans colleagues raising awareness about Wireless LAN, Leasing and other support services.
Food and refreshments and prizes of Virtual Reality goggles and vouchers formed part of the colourful day-long initiative that attracted dozens of invited guests.
Nimans has added hundreds of new product lines as part of the major collection service investment that complements an existing service at its Salford headquarters. The new 10,000 sq ft unit is spearheaded by industry experts Geoff Wilde and Bob Hinder who boast more than 40 years combined data infrastructure industry expertise.
Cable Management, Tools, Cabinets, Trunking, Fibre, Power Distribution and Labelling Machines and Accessories are some of the many expanded areas of activity. Thousands of lines are available for immediate collection, to help resellers complete a job from start to finish.
“More than 30 years ago I started Nimans by opening a Trade Counter, repairing radio equipment and it’s always been my ambition to develop more,” Chairman Julian Niman explained. “I am very proud of this new facility which offers customers the chance to conveniently pick-up a much bigger range of products and take advantage of expert advice from Geoff and Bob.”
The new facility benefits from extended opening hours (from 8.30am) and also includes a large training room. The Trafford Park trade counter is conveniently located on the outskirts of the city, close to the M602 and M60 motorways, near The Trafford Centre shopping complex.
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