Price Increase Notification
No matter what attempts are made to soften the blow, there is no wording that will make notifications of intended price increases more palatable to our clients.
It has always been our policy at ECF to endeavour to maintain competitive and stable prices for our trade clients.
Over the last few years this has by and large been achieved until the catastrophic devaluation of the sterling brought upon after the referendum vote. Since making the adjustment we have been under further pressure from our suppliers with respect to the rising costs of raw materials.
Our business model depends on high levels of stock and/or short lead-times to bring commercial advantage to our trade customers. In order to maintain this level of service we are now in the position where it is necessary for us to make a further adjustment in our prices.
With effect from January 1st 2018 the following increase will apply to all new orders, including those collated during the Christmas holidays.
GOSCOTE Doors 5% Price Increase
Phoenix Doors 5% Price Increase
HOXTON Painted Doors 5% Price Increase
2mm Edged Doors 8% Price Increase
Mitre Framed Doors 8% Price Increase
2018 will see the arrival of many new and exciting products from ECF, particularly in the door furniture portfolios. By necessity and in order to keep our offers fresh and on-trend, we will accordingly be discontinuing poor selling and unfashionable items during 2018 Q1.
New and updated price lists will be soon available and sent to you automatically. In the rare event of this not happening please contact our Customer Services Team or your local TSM.Back to News
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