Safety City Opens for Business

Safety City opens for business offering great prices on thousands of products for homes, schools, caterers, cleaners and all types of business.

London, United Kingdom, September 28, 2011 --( Safety City announced today the opening of its new online shop which aims to offer great prices and services both on and offline brokering the best deals for you.

Safety City is primarily an online store offering fantastic deals on products in six main categories, First Aid, Catering Clothing and Supplies, Cleaning Chemicals, Signs Posters and Publications and Safety Equipment and Clothing.

As well as an online store the portal page offers access to a range of products such as health and safety training and other business services.

Whilst the target audience is primarily the online customer Safety City can also offer an offline brokering service finding the best deal on bulk purchases from its extensive network of suppliers.

If you have a large purchasing requirement they can supply you with dedicated account manager to answer your questions by telephone and deal with your orders.

This service is ideal for cleaning companies and catering firms that purchase large quantities of cleaning chemicals, uniforms and other supplies.

Safety City keeps its prices low by constantly checking prices across a range of different competitors and always negotiates hard with its suppliers to bring its customers the lowest prices possible.

“After looking round at lots of different shopping sites we wanted to try and make our site clean, simple and easy to navigate. The feedback we have had so far from most of our customers is that we have achieved this.” - Mark Wigley – Director.

“Sourcing and negotiating prices with our suppliers was challenging but we are so confident that we have our pricing right I challenge potential customers to send us the current prices they are paying for their supplies and Safety City will beat them.” – Mark Coates - Director.

For more information contact:
Mark Wigley
Safety City

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Mark Wigley