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The first rule of Trade Club...

Historically, a Mick George ‘Credit Account’ meant that savings and credit terms could be achieved on the business’s core services, most notably Skip Hire, Concrete and Aggregate orders, as well as Commercial Waste and Contracting services. 

But that is all about to change, with tradesmen’ up and down the country set to benefit.

Having launched its online platform last year, originally permitting tradesmen’ to order materials at convenience without the need for interrupting there working-day, the business has dramatically improved the offering, appealing to a much wider trade audience.

Existing credit account holders are automatically enrolled in to the exclusive trade club, while prospective tradesmen’ from electrical, plumbing, landscaping, roofing, building, carpentry, plastering and decorating disciplines, are all urged to join and take advantage immediately. 

More than 40,000 products are available, catering for all trade genres. From Power Tools, Guttering, Electric Wiring, Gorilla Glue and PPE Clothing, plus much more, the diverse product selection that is accessible, makes this opportunity one not to be missed by smart tradesmen.

A Mick George ‘Online Trade Account’ gives you so much more than the traditional benefits accustomed with such facilities. Not only will you get exclusive deals, 30-days free credit as standard, and the ability to manage and track your interactions, but 24hr browsing access and general discounts makes this an even more appealing prospect.  

Many questioned Mick George’s decision to take Skip Hire online, developing the conventional order process. But the model has been proven, and the business anticipates that its latest provision, will be equally as beneficial to tradesmen. 

Jon Stump, Finance Director at Mick George Ltd commented: ‘’The business operates in a number of diverse markets, and subsequently customers have different demands. All are equally as important, and it is essential that we do everything we can to provide them with the respective tools needed to complete their jobs.’’

Stump continued: ‘’Our online platform has established quickly. As a mechanism for customer interaction, it is as important as any other, hence our continued investment. We’re certain that the ability for customers to combine a wider variety of products, is only going to improve their relationship with our business.’’