‘nuie’ the value-led brand from Roxor Group, is offering its retailers a helping hand, with the launch of range of Hand Sanitiser Stations for retailers as they begin to cautiously re-open following the COVID-19 lockdown.
With consumer confidence key to a rapid recovery of the bathroom sector, nuie hopes its UK-designed and manufactured range of hand sanitiser units will help promote that all important in-showroom hygiene message, as well as highlight the “Made in Britain” pedigree of the vast majority of bathroom furniture and brassware in the collection, which should strike a chord with many customers.
Available as Floor-standing or Wall Hung/Desktop, and finished in Driftwood or Stone Grey finishes, the hand sanitiser cabinets have been designed to reflect the same styling of all furniture and brassware in the nuie Bathroom Collection. It also demonstrates the company has been working continuously to design and develop new on-trend products across all its bathroom brands – nuie, Hudson Reed, Old London and Asquiths – in an effort to help its retailers bounce back with the latest product designs as quickly as possible.
Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, Roxor, through its brands, has continued operations adhering to strict social distancing procedures, and whilst its sales team has not been able to visit retailers, it has been providing support by phone and email.
Jon Walker, Marketing Manager, Roxor Group said: “It is essential the bathroom sector looks positively to the future, and we hope efforts like the availability of hand sanitiser units will provide a small reassurance to retail customers visiting showrooms. We also hope it will play a small part, as a talking point, in promoting some of the benefits of buying products boasting ‘Made in Britain’ status in helping support UK manufacturing and jobs as the economy recovers.”