TRADERS in Bradford will now be able to grab a bargain at a huge new cash and carry warehouse on the outskirts of the city centre.

TB Cash and Carry opened its doors on Summerville Road earlier this week, after moving from its previous location on Legrams Lane to upscale the premises.

Customers will be able to purchase branded products in bulk, such as crates of Coca-cola and Vimto, branded crisps including Walkers and Space-raiders and giant boxes of Haribo and Malteser sweets in the new 10,000-foot warehouse.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The warehouse is stocked from floor to ceiling with branded goodsThe warehouse is stocked from floor to ceiling with branded goods

Sital Patel, who owns the business with his father, explained that TB Cash and Carry has been running for more than 30 years, and the reason they can get the goods so cheaply, is because of the long-running relationships with suppliers and because of the amount they can buy in bulk.

He said: “The business is named after my father, Tim, who started it up in Halifax years and years ago. He started out as a retailer and then he saw the opportunity to supply other retail stores so then he had the idea to set up a depot like this and we’ve just kept it going.”

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Tim started the business back in 1985Tim started the business back in 1985

Sital said that the business has been going since 1985 and the family also own a similar depot in Leeds.

“It’s more to supply retailers and traders with goods, like petrol stations and other shops and people have to come in to sign up. We mainly sell confectionery, crisps, snacks, softs drinks and chocolate to the trade. ”

The business has direct contact with suppliers such as Walkers and Cadbury who provide the products, and the move of premises has meant that TB Cash and Carry can provide a wider range of goods.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Shelves full of confectionaryShelves full of confectionary

When the T&A visited the warehouse, they noticed impressive deals such as a 24 pack of Red Bull for less than £17 and crates of Bounty’s for less than £8.

There were also forklift truck drivers inside to keep the huge towers of delicious goods fully stocked.

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As well as the warehouse building, the site also contains 14 parking spaces and one disabled space.

To shop in-store you must be a trader or retailer and sign up at the store as a customer.

The store is open from 8am until 5pm during the week, 8am until 1pm on Saturdays and is closed on Sundays.

TB Cash and Carry is located at 30 Summerville Rd, Bradford BD7 1NS.