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Zoro introduces Grainger to UK aerospace tools market

Posted 24 January 2019 · Add Comment

Fortune 100 company Grainger Inc is entering the UK aerospace market in hand tools, power tools and PPE through its subsidiary Zoro UK.



Zoro offers a one-stop-shop for over 200,000 products in industrial consumables and equipment throughout the British mainland..

Marcus Nelson, managing director of Zoro UK, said: “If you are an engineer or are working in an industrial SME and need that power tool the next day, then Zoro will deliver it to you. And it’s not just power tools – we have over 200,000 products that the small engineering company needs.

“We are really excited to be able to offer such a wide product range to the aerospace supply chain. So, try us out – you won’t find anyone more competitive on pricing, delivery or expert knowledge.”

Grainger is America's key source for industrial-grade supplies and safety products, having been established for over 90 years.

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