We are very pleased to announce that the Bulldog Tools parent company, the Rollins Group have launched their brand new website.

Rollins Group have been supplying professional quality tools since 1866 and are now the importers of great American and European tool brands like Arrow, Channellock, Eklind, Estwing, Irega, Johnson, Keira, Marshalltown, Mechanix Wear, Norton, Witte and Zircon tools as well as manufacturing Bulldog Tools and the Fisher and RST ranges. Their commitment to customer service and stock availability has seen the company grow from humble beginnings to its present size with a large distribution warehouse and offices in Harlow, Essex and further facilities in Wigan and Kent. From these locations they can quickly and efficiently distribute products around the UK, into Ireland and across mainland Europe.

The new site features tools from all the Rollins Group ranges giving clear information on each product, its uses and unique features. Every webpage also allows visitors to submit technical enquiries direct to the company and suggests other compatible tools from our ranges that may be suitable for their trade. When customers have found all the tools they need, they can just use the handy stockist portal to find their local retailer.

One of the most popular sections of the new website is the ‘Demo Zone’ page which allows visitors to see videos of tools and equipment being used. This innovation not only enables customers to experience the full spectrum of uses for the tools, but also helps them to operate the products safely and avoid any difficulties during application. This section also links to the Rollins Group YouTube page which contains lots of videos about how Bulldog Tools are made and some great pieces featuring Alan Titchmarsh talking about his range of tools which are made by Bulldog.

The ‘Tools for Schools’ page supports the Rollins Group’s scheme to support the tradesmen (and women) of the future. In this section of the site students and colleges can claim free tools for their institutions, nominate a ‘Student of the Year’, get their classroom or workshop sponsored by Rollins Group and apply for a discount card for future tool purchases. The scheme has already helped many young students get the tools they need for their chosen professions.

Running alongside the new website, is the Rollins Group Facebook page which has information on: new products, the history of Rollins brands, projects they support, advice and warranty details, competitions, how their tools are manufactured and much, much more! It is also designed to be an informal way for customers and followers to interact with the company at a time and place that suits them.

You can visit the new Rollins Group website at: www.rollins.co.uk and if you use Facebook, why not ‘like’ our page at www.facebook.com/rollinsgroup?

Posted in About Bulldog By Stuart Elsom On 14th November 2013

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