Schleich lowers level for carriage paid orders in run up to Christmas

The level of carriage paid orders is being reduced to £150 until December 16th 2014.
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Schleich has decreased its level of spend for carriage paid orders prior to Christmas.

The company aims to ease the way for retailers to restock before Christmas by decreasing the level of spend for carriage paid orders to £150

The level of carriage paid orders is being reduced to £150 until December 16th 2014.

“The reduction in spend requirement takes effect immediately and will run for the next two week,” said Jeremy Robinson, Schleich’s country manager.

“We know that in-store display is essential to the sales of our collections and that our core consumer is often looking for specific pieces to build their children’s collections. So as the buying season really takes hold we want to make it easier for our retail partners to keep a full and varied display.

"This commitment is just one measure that we have planned for the coming months to enable our independent retailer base to grow.”

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