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A Smart App for your Smart Phone!

November 2020

The Palace App is a fast and convenient way to navigate our product range, updated with the latest technical information Palace Chemicals released the fourth version of its smart phone and tablet app, which meets the latest technical requirements and ensure it is compatible with the latest devices.

The intention of the sales and development team at Palace in developing the app was to make sure the 42-year-old business was making it as easy as possible for its users to access product information, instructions, data sheets and safety information.  The latest version includes all of the latest products developed by the company, which is the largest independent manufacturer of tile adhesives, tile grouts, building chemicals, wood treatments, and decorating sundries currently operating in the UK.

It is available on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store and is compatible with smart phones and tablets.

Charles Clapham, Managing Director, said: “While Palace may be 42 years old, innovation remains at our core.  Our updated app is a great tool to showcase our entire catalogue.  We wanted to make product information available to our end users in a convenient and easy to use way. We understand that people lead very busy lives, especially in the construction and domestic trades, so convenience and ease of access can only help.”

More at: www.palacechemicals.co.uk

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