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Artex and Tetrion tie up for 2008

Published: 8 March 2008
Artex has been appointed distributor in the homecare/decorative market for the famous Tetrion brand.
The agreement brings together two strong brands into the long established Artex distribution network.

Customers will now benefit from cost-effective carriage paid orders, specified field sales support and new access to other fast moving products from Tetrion owner, Tetrosyl Limited, both said in a statement.

A spokesman for Tetrion said: "We are delighted to be teaming up with such a well respected, blue chip name as Artex, their homecare expertise will ensure the Tetrion pedigree becomes even stronger and their network will offer us a much wider customer base."

The famous Tetrion filler brand will soon be entering its fourth decade as a firm favourite with the trade, ever since its tv debut in the Seventies.

Tetrion Homecare services the needs of builders merchants, wholesalers and independent retailers in the hardware, diy and home improvement markets with a complete range, that comprises fillers, wallpaper adhesives, specialist cleaning products and decorative paints.


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