Clark-Drain signs dual supply status with NBG

Clark-Drain has recently signed a dual supply agreement with the National Buying Group (NBG) for its linear channel series of products, further reinforcing a relationship that has continued for over ten years.

The contract, to supply NBG members with Clark-Drain linear channel aimed at residential, commercial and industrial building projects includes its light duty polypropylene and medium to heavy duty polymer concrete channel systems.

Building contractors within the UK install linear channel to enable surface water or other liquids being treated to be collected as quickly and as completely as possible by the drainage system and in doing so provide safeguards for people, buildings and traffic routes in the immediate vicinity.     

Clark-Drain is a leading drainage product supplier in the United Kingdom delivering linear channel systems for recent high-profile projects such as Centre Parcs, the Edinburgh International Conference Centre, as well as the Preston, Peterborough and Liverpool Lime Street rail station remodelling schemes.

Linear channel reliability is critical in the UK as the effects of wet weather are expensive and an inconvenience to people, buildings and traffic,” Matt Hunt, National Sales Manager at Clark-Drain comments. “Utilizing Clark-Drain’s products will provide NBG members with an alternative that offers value for money, excellent through-flow performance, reduced labour and maintenance costs and increased asset life.”

David Santi, Chairman of NBG’s Civil and Landscaping Category Management Team  noted, “Promoting innovation in both process and practice in its supply chain, with the objective of eliminating unnecessary build costs and promoting added value and satisfaction for the customer is key to NBG’s operation. Clark-Drain has continued to demonstrate that its range of drainage options provide a useful solution for building projects across industry sectors. We appreciate the expertise Clark-Drain brings to this market.”

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