Retailer Mobility Direct is now a member of Countrywide Care Network (CCN) which it hopes will help it to expand in the northern regions of Britain.
This will allow the distribution group to service the contract between the Royal British Legion and Electric Mobility, which supplied powered mobility products.
“Becoming members with the CCN enables Mobility Direct to progress sales and expansion across the North East and to service the RBL contract. The association with our new partners enhances our buying effectiveness and to make us even more competitive to both the retail and trade markets,” said managing director, Norman Bowlt.
Mobility Direct has three retail outlets across the North East region including The Nook, South Shields, Station Road in Ashington and Station Road in South Gosforth, incorporating showrooms at all these sites, with warehousing and distribution from South Gosforth.
It said it is committed to offering mobility scooters, power chairs, rise and recline chairs and mobility aids to the aged, disabled or physically impaired, helping to give people independence and confidence to get out in the fresh air and generally manage better in their own homes.
The dealer strives to be a trusted provider and offers a reliable and speedy 48 hour guaranteed repair and service.
Mobility Direct North is a family run mobility aids business which has been based in Newcastle-upon-Tyne in the North East of England since 2006.