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STILL welcomes Rack-N-Stak into the family!

STILL UK’s history and indeed growth in the last 5 years is a testament to the loyal partnership between its direct organisation and unique distributor dealer network. STILL UK is extremely proud of the passion and commitment of its partners who fully embrace the values of the STILL brand. This network offers customers a National coverage with a local presence throughout the UK Ireland.  


STILL UK’s strategic plans for growth through its direct and partnership association has taken another step forward through its latest appointment of Rack-N-Stak Limited as a STILL distributor in the North-West region.  Rack-N-Stak have tremendous experience of STILL’s product range and by working alongside STILL UK’s own direct team in the North-West, can ensure greater coverage and unrivalled benefits to our customers.

Nick Smith (STILL UK – Managing Director) remarked: “I am delighted that Rack-N-Stak are joining the family and that they have committed to selling our product exclusively. They have always had a strong appetite for growth and our duty in return is to continue creating world class products that are valuable to their customers and business as well as our own. I am excited about this partnership and I’m confident Rack-N-Stak will thrive alongside our direct teams in the North-West and help us achieve our growth aspirations.”

Dave Tyrer (Rack-N-Stak Limited – Managing Director) commented: “We are proud once again to be associated with the STILL brand and its extensive range of world class, premium equipment. From a knowledge, expertise and focus point of view, the product portfolio is a perfect fit for the Rack-N-Stak business. The two brands now have an incredible opportunity to once again form a strong alliance and presence in the North West of England.”


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