Friday 14th April 2023
Reynolds – Spring Newsletter ’23
New Distribution Hub in Portugal for EU Customers
In this Spring Newsletter, Reynolds Technology is pleased to announce that we have a new distribution hub for EU customers. Located in Aveiro Portugal, this hub will be a dedicated channel for custom bike builders in the EU wanting to buy Reynolds’ legendary range of steel, stainless steel, and titanium tubes and cycle parts.
The hub will hold stock of Reynolds 100 most popular parts from its 853, 631, 725, and 525 ranges. All other catalog items including 931 and Titanium will be available to order and will be shipped to Portugal on the regular delivery cycle for onward dispatch to you.
The hub will be trading from 11th April and orders will be fulfilled from that point onwards.
Reynolds believes this will offer EU custom builders a simpler, quicker, and more cost-effective way of getting the tubing they want when they want it.
Our UK and Portugal Team
How to Contact Our Team
Contact names and email addresses:
Technical and sales support (UK-based staff)
Tom Cleverly: email@example.com
Martin Shepherd: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dave Merrifield: email@example.com
Keith Noronha: firstname.lastname@example.org
Emma Malone: email@example.com
Pedro Sant’Ana: firstname.lastname@example.org
New Reynolds Merch
As Reynolds celebrates our 125th year in business, we are happy to announce that our new Reynolds Merchandise website has launched! New merch includes a set of hard enamel pin badges, 125 t-shirts, and a 125-etched stainless steel cup. All of our 125 merch is limited edition only, so get yours now!
Alongside our environmental statement released last year, we strive to minimise the impact on the environment, and the way we supply and send these new products showcases this. For all of our merch, we will be using recyclable paper and card packaging from sustainable sources for posting all products, and delivery to the local post office will be by foot or bike.
Our apparel is sourced from suppliers who have high standards for their workers, use certified organic cotton, and are Fair Wear foundation members. Wherever possible we source products made or finished in the UK. Any plastics or other packaging material from our suppliers are reused or recycled.
In the following months we will be releasing even more new products, so keep your eyes peeled.
New Titanium Logo
As per popular demand, we have redesigned our Ti logo! The new logo comes in B&W variations and in a stunning silvery blue colour, to better-suit titanium frames.