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Red Gorilla sets the standard

Published: 20 July 2018
 
 

Red Gorilla has introduced the new Premium builders high performance bucket with thick ribbed walls has set a new standard. Made from high-density Polyethylene which creates high rigidity and hardness and the weight distribution gives low tendency to deformation.

The accurate internal litre and gallon markings, strong moulded grip and array of colours adds to the benefits of the most robust builders bucket on the market.

Red Gorilla managing director Dean Cox said: “We now look to set the benchmark for the industry and call it “Gorilla Grade” as we master the premium end of the market needs and this is a product of innovation and excellence.” The buckets are now available as pallet deals or profit packs from your stockist or by contacting Red Gorilla.

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