Specialist construction supplier SIG launches new online store

by | May 17, 2021

Specialist building products provider SIG has launched a new online store.

The new website will allow customers to manage their account, access invoice statements and ePODs while integrating customer specific pricing. In addition, customers can access SIG’s technical building solutions experts for additional support and specialised independent solutions to challenges.

“Our customers have been at the forefront of everything we do here at SIG for over 30 years,” said Commercial Director Ciarán Kelly. “This new site will feature our unique assortment of brands and values that SIG is known for and we are excited for customers to experience the brand in this new way.”

SIG Ireland has been a supplier to the Irish construction industry over the last three decades.

Employing over 240 people, the firm has built up its presence through joint ventures with local entrepreneurs and acquisitions.

SIG have already deployed Pixsell e-commerce solutions internally to allow its sales representatives to place orders directly from iPads along with a customer digital delivery tracking service. This knowledge and experience has now been used to to develop and launch the new e-commerce platform.

The company’s latest venture will allow for delivery of building products and accessories direct to site.

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