Our Buyers Demand page is for sellers and buyers to list or supply the products that are either unavailable on our collection or out of stock.
90 % of the time, we can find any stone worktops for our fabricator enquiries from the wide range of collections displayed by our registered suppliers. However, on rare occasions when we are not able to do so, we make use of our Buyers Demand Page, promote the requirement to suppliers across the UK and help the buyer procure the desired stone.
Sellers make use of this featured page to identify enquiries that they can fulfil and also identify the products which are in demand.
Natural and engineered stone manufacturers have come up with countless variants of slabs to meet the desires of end consumers. In this globalized market, consumers get introduced to all those products and grow their interests. This gets fabricators and suppliers bound to work together and meet customer expectations. Sometimes, this complicates finding materials even from readily available stocks or outdated ones. In cases like these when a buyer is not able to find stocks for material, they can make use of our Buyers Demand page to demand their requirement to various stone suppliers, distributors and manufacturers simultaneously.
How does it work?
A buyer contacts us with their requirement or posts the enquiry details on our webpage which automatically sends a notification to sellers across the UK. Our verified sellers who have the material readily available in the UK, supply for the fabricator.
We have simplified the process but are constantly updating it with better solutions.
Not always does a project require a full slab. Renovations, breakage of flooring and kitchen worktops, etc bring up situations when you want just a smaller piece of your existing material. Finding offcuts to precisely match your existing one can be time-consuming.
At work-tops, we use our platform to support customers in these situations. Fabricators wanting to get rid of their offcuts display them on our Remnant page. Other fabricators within the region looking for similar materials can thus easily find stone's remnant material.
As a part of CSR activity, our sustainability goals for the stone industry focuses on maximizing the use of available stone resources without compromising on the quality, economy, society, and environment.
Natural & engineered stone suppliers can sign up with us for free to receive on-request enquiries directly in your sales inbox.