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New website for UTC

Published 27th September, 2016 by Neil Nixon

New website for UTC

Following the acquisition of UTC by the Robert Scott Group of companies in July last year the two companies have been working closely together to increase both the range of products and their distribution efficiency.

This has involved the reorganisation of the stock, distribution and finance departments of the company and has resulted in UTC stock now being stored and distributed from Robert Scott's new Crown warehouse operation in Rochdale. The finance department is now housed in the company's headquarters in Greenfield and UTC's Horsham office is now concentrating on the taking of orders and sales and working closely with the Scott's sales team in opening new market opportunities, particularly in the hotel and catering sectors.

A new website - - has also been developed which, together with a new brochure, carry the group's new look corporate style. Through the use of clear large scale product photography, both the new website and brochure reflect the company's wide and diverse range of kitchen and table linens, oven and grill cloths, and cabinet roller towels - simple and easy to use with full product descriptions given to each sector.

Recognised as a leading supplier of cabinet roller towels, quality kitchen linen and industrial wipers in the UK and Europe since its foundation in 1957, UTC has over the last two decades seen expansion into the washroom product and dust barrier mat markets. Recent additions to the UTC range include a comprehensive selection of laundry bags, Antibac kitchen linen and the new Kompatto fully retractable towel cabinet.

Alastair Scott, director, Robert Scott & Sons, said: “The acquisition of UTC has been an exciting development for the group as both companies have longstanding reputations for quality and service standards - the recent reorganisation of the stock and distribution process means that the UTC team in Horsham can now share the same service quality as the rest of the group and concentrate on the development of new market sectors.”

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