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Torex launches one-stop shop for convenience and fuel retailers

24 August, 2012

Torex, a subsidiary of Micros Systems, has announced the launch of Torex Consumables, a new one-stop shop for business supplies provided in partnership with Premier Vanguard.

From till rolls and shelf-edge labels to stationary, ink and furniture, Torex customers can now consolidate their consumables purchases into one source.

Torex Consumables offers retailers a catalogue of more than 24,000 products available for next-day delivery. Orders can be placed by phone, email or online at the brand new site.

Jon Dunman, vice president at Torex, said that by rationalising their consumables purchases into one central source, convenience and fuel retailers will be able to save time and money on ordering essential business supplies and guarantee that they receive them the next day while eliminating hidden costs allowing retailers to focus on growing their businesses.

“The new Torex Consumables service has come about by popular request from our customers,” said Dunman. “There’s a real demand for easy and quick access to essential business supplies not only in the convenience and fuel retail market but also for the wider Torex customer base.

“We are committed to providing our customers with the best possible service, which is why Torex Consumables is now available to every single one of our existing and future customers.”

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