Ningbo.co.uk launched a brand new e-commerce website, making it easier for customers to buy their favourite products. Customers now have the option to buy online as well as the more traditional method of picking up the telephone.
One of the UK's premier sellers of furniture has launched a brand new e-commerce website, making it easier for customers to buy their favourite products.
Ningbo sells contract furniture, stacking chairs, folding chairs, banqueting chairs, folding plastic tables and plywood trestle tables.
A new office furniture range will be added in Spring this year.
However, customers now have the option to buy online as well as the more traditional method of picking up the telephone.
The new site aims to make a visitor's journey more pleasurable with easy navigation around the site. It has drop down lists from all categories, making it simple for you to find the product of your choice.
Ningbo.co.uk also shows up-to-the minute photographs and videos of the majority of products so clients get to look before buying.
The company supplies to a number of blue chip organisations including take away chain Subway and Sports Direct. They have also supplied Westminster Abbey with 70 Golden Cheltenham Chairs and 70 burgundy coloured seat pads. They also ordered six, 6ft round tables for the residence halls.
However, Ningbo is also happy to sell smaller units.
This year Ningbo want to market their site more effectively.
Managing Director Chris Stockton said the new website is a major part of his new marketing strategy.
"We want to understand more about the German market, keep expanding our sales in the French and Belgian market. The plan is to expand the European side but to expand it through knowledge. It's not just a simple case of marketing; it's actually understanding our customers a bit more.
In the UK, we'd like continued growth and we're going to aggressively market it with Sigma Web and we're going to do that by rebranding our website.
The third side is the office furniture which we are going to start selling. We've got the right products at the right prices and there's a lot to do this year."