Richard Mackie ready to serve all comers at the newly opened Warwick Tradelink.
Richard Mackie ready to serve all comers at the newly opened Warwick Tradelink. Chris Lines

New Rose City business gets things flowing

IT IS one of the newest and most prominent businesses in town, but Tradelink is settling into Warwick and being embraced by the community.

After the hard working of opening a mammoth store in the CBD, staff hosted a grand opening day to get to know their customers and the people of the Rose City.

Tradelink manager Chris Johnson said he jumped at the chance to relocate to Warwick from Toowoomba.

"The town has a different atmosphere, it is more laidback,” he said.

Mr Johnson said there was a definite demand for Tradelink's services in the town

Staff, including Warwick natives Brett Spies and Richard Mackie, said they believed a wealth of knowledge and customer

"We bring a lot of local knowledge between the two of us,” Mr Mackie said.

"We have plumbing experience so we have trained with a lot of the gear they use, and for what we do not know we are learning, it gives us a special edge.”

Mr Mackie said Tradelink aimed to find success in Warwick through providing the best customer service it can.

As for future plans, the staff are content to keep up their hard work.

"We just want to keep servicing Warwick,” Mr Mackie said.



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