Carbery Partners With Davant To Strengthen Great Britain Presence
Heating oil tank specialist Carbery Plastics, has confirmed the appointment of Davant as its fuel tank distributor for Great Britain, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man with effect from 3rd. August 2015.
Plastic heating and fuel oil tank specialist Carbery Plastics, has confirmed the appointment of Linthwaite Limited, T/A Davant, as the company’s fuel tank distributor for Great Britain, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man.
Carbery’s Managing Director Michael McCarthy says, “The appointment of Davant as our fuel tank distributor, follows a period of sustained growth for Carbery in Britain. It ensures Carbery oil tank customers in Great Britain will continue to receive best-in-class product, with the added benefit of local, on-the-ground customer service, distribution and product support.”
Davant is a specialist plumbing and insulation material supplier, with an established merchant presence. As a National Merchant Buying Society (NMBS) Preferred Supplier, the Herefordshire headquartered company focuses upon supplying independent merchants and distributors across Great Britain. The company’s product range includes all above and below ground drainage products; plastic plumbing systems and water cisterns and accessories. Davant employs a field based sales team and operates its own UK product distribution centre and fleet.
Davant Managing Director David Merrick says, “We’re delighted to partner with Carbery, whose high quality plastic ranges have great synergy with our existing product portfolio. We look forward to working with new and existing Carbery customers, as we continue to strengthen our position within the off-grid sector.
Established in 1977, Carbery Plastics is today a leading manufacturer of rotationally moulded products including fuel, oil and water storage tanks.
All Carbery products are produced at the company’s Clonakilty, West Cork manufacturing centre of excellence. OFCERT licensed, EN13341 compliant and Kiwa approved, Carbery storage tanks already enjoy strong positions within the British and Irish markets, together with a growing number of international markets including Belgium, Finland, France, Hungary, The Netherlands and the Middle East