Knight Tools and Rapid among BHETA's new tool brand members

BHETA (the British Home Enhancement Trade Association) has welcomed four new members, who all supply various categories across the tools sector.

Swedish company, Isaberg Rapid AB, better known as Rapid Tools in the UK, specialises in fastening tools for professional and do-it-yourself applications across building, renovating and decorating. It offers a range of powered staplers and nailers, as well as hammertackers, riveters and stapling guns.

Torque-Expo Coventry 2018 exhibitor Knight Tools is a manufacturer of high quality hand tools. Sold under the Knightool brand, its products are particularly popular with professional users. The Southampton-based family-run business makes all its products from top quality steel – from the forging through to rigorous testing.

Axus Décor was developed from the suggestions of decorators using the company’s original North-West London retail store. Its range now includes tools for preparation, protection, painting, wallpapering and cleaning as well as a selection of accessories.

Winch Solutions incorporates Warrior Winches & Hoists and Warrior & Champion Generators. A family company based on Merseyside, it was started in 2004 and now supplies products globally through a network of international distributors.

“I’m delighted to see so many manufacturers of tools sharing in the benefits of BHETA and joining the association to explore the potential of our retailer connections,” said Paul Grinsell Home Improvement Director at BHETA. “I look forward to welcoming so many new faces from this sector to future BHETA events.”

For more information about BHETA, contact the Member Services Team on 0121 237 1130. Torque is a proud member of BHETA.

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