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Cult Pens announces a new partnership with Montblanc

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Online stationery retailer Cult Pens has announced a new partnership with world-famous brand Montblanc to launch a range of Montblanc fine writing instruments on www.cultpens.com.

 

Following on from the well-received addition of Montblanc inks and notebooks earlier this year, this latest launch now positions Cult Pens with one of the most comprehensive online offers for Montblanc fine writing products and accessories.

 

Founded in 1906 in Hamburg, the Montblanc brand is synonymous with quality and luxury, with highly contemporary collections and modern editions sitting alongside their well-loved classics. Through this exciting partnership, Cult Pens are now well-positioned to maximise their reach to existing global and domestic customers with this new comprehensive product offer.

 

Amongst the new pieces, customers can expect to find both the Meisterstück Classique and Le Grand fountain pens in addition to the Montblanc ‘M’ fountain pen and ballpoint pen. Never a company to let history and tradition hold them back, Montblanc partnered with industrial designer Marc Newson, renowned for incredible creations as well as playing a part in the design of the Apple watch, to design the Montblanc ‘M’, which has simplicity at its heart with understated but modern lines.

 

“At Cult Pens, we work closely and collaboratively with brands to represent their values. We are delighted to be partnering with such an iconic brand as Montblanc and are excited to bring their products to our customers" Claire Durney, Commercial Director at Cult Pens commented. "The partnership has also seen the creation of a Fine Writing section of our website to showcase the Montblanc product range and other luxury fine writing brands, which has been well-received, providing customers with a great user experience on the site.”

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