Madison gives Rema Tip Top pricing overhaul for 2016 - BikeBiz

Madison gives Rema Tip Top pricing overhaul for 2016

Trade and consumer priced affected
Author:
Publish date:
1-screen-shot-2015-12-23-at-09.53.05.png

Puncture repair kit brand Rema Tip Top has been given revised pricing by distributor Madison to give dealers a more compelling option to offer customers. 

The entire Rema Tip Top range has been reduced and revised with both trade and retail prices affected - in some cases dealers will get a significantly improved margin while being able to offer extremely competitive price-points to customers, Madison said.

The best-selling TT02 puncture repair kit is among the items with revised pricing, with RRP reduced over 50% from £6.49 down to £2.99. Elsewhere, Vulcanising Solution RRP is slashed a massive 75% from £3.99 down to 99pence.

“Rema Tip Top sets the benchmark when it comes to puncture repair kits, taking all the technology from the automotive side of Rema’s business, so the quality is unquestionable," said Rema Tip Top brand manager at Madison, John Harris. "As confident as we are in the brand we felt we could offer dealers and even better package with Rema, so have dramatically reduced prices across the complete portfolio.’’

Rema Tip Top is best-known for puncture repair kits and has set new trends for self-adhesive patches and retro patch kits, Madison added. The new year will see lots of new items from hand cleaners, blue roll, 10kg bags of rags, dust caps, valve adaptors along with the essential inflate and repair cartridge system.

All revised prices are effective immediately and all prices can be found on the Madison B2B website. For more info dealers should contact their Madison Agent or visit www.madisonb2b.co.uk.

Featured Jobs

the cycle hub

Workshop Manager

The Cycle Hub I Dubai, United Arab Emirates I Competitive Package & Bonus I Date Published Wednesday 3rd October 2018

jc cook bike promo

Mechanic/Sales Assistant

JC Cook I Grimsby/Scunthorpe I Salary: 20k Plus Commission I Date Published Tuesday 16th October 2018