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Marketing deal sees Dutch link up for Norman Emerson

Greg McConville, Norman Emerson Group sales manager (front left) and Kenny Crooks (front right) sales director with sales representatives, Philip Stone and Jonny Duff launching the Bera Gravel Fix system at the SelfBuild & Improve Your Home Exhibition in Belfast.

Greg McConville, Norman Emerson Group sales manager (front left) and Kenny Crooks (front right) sales director with sales representatives, Philip Stone and Jonny Duff launching the Bera Gravel Fix system at the SelfBuild & Improve Your Home Exhibition in Belfast.

LURGAN-BASED Norman Emerson Group has signed a distribution agreement with a Dutch company Bera to market its range of stabilisation systems for use in the laying of gravel paths and driveways.

The hexagonal honeycomb-like structure of high quality polypropylene cells are designed to provide a strong and stable sub-base that will provide easy mobility for pedestrians, cyclists and vehicles, including trucks.

“We came across the environmentally friendly system at the Verona Stone Show in Italy and realised it was an ideal method of support for the various decorative gravel products that we supply,” explained Norman Emerson Group sales director, Kenny Crooks.

The product was launched locally 
at the SelfBuild & Improve Your Home Exhibition which was staged at the 
King’s Hall Pavilion, Belfast at the weekend.

 

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