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Tradefix Direct launches mobile website

Tradefix Direct, the popular UK based DIY supplies retailer, has released a new mobile friendly website.

The brand, which has been trading for 6 years, developed the mobile version of the site to help drive sales and make it easier for current customers to purchase supplies whilst on-the-go or on-the-job.
The mobile version of www.tradefixdirect.com is simple to use and navigate, and houses all of the 1,000's of products the DIY retailer stocks.

Paul Kershaw, Director of Tradefix Direct said: “We like to think of our brand as being up to date with technological developments, so it was important to develop and release a mobile version of our website for smartphone visitors.

“Our customer-base is growing and we want to tap into the expanding mobile market. Now it is easier than ever to order trade supplies whilst on-site through our website.”

The brand has also refreshed its image, with a new logo being released. The logo features a stronger typeface and helps reinforce the brand's online destination for shoppers.

Tradefix Direct also made the news at the beginning of 2014 by posting a 56% increase in online revenue for 2013 compared to the year before.

Mr Kershaw continues: “Online sales have increased and we are still seeing more and more new customers switching to us for their trade and DIY needs.

“We have moved to a new warehouse five times the size of our last facility following record sales last year and we are looking forward to seeing a further sales boost following the release of the mobile version of our website.”

About Tradefix Direct:
Tradefixdirect.com is an online store which sells a large selection of trade and DIY products. They supply to everyone from DIY enthusiasts to builders as well as providing for plumbing, fencing, roofing and flooring contractors.

Source : Tradefix Direct

04 June 2014
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