Fast Glass Processing sets the foundations for a longstanding partnership with CENSolutions

Fast Glass Processing sets the foundations for a longstanding partnership with CENSolutions
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Burnley based Fast Glass Processing Ltd provides customers with a quick, reliable and friendly service, with customer satisfaction at the heart of everything they do.

It’s no surprise then that, just 12 months into their working partnership with CENSolutions, they couldn’t be happier with the service they’ve received from the largest supplier of quality certification in the window, door and glass industries, as both companies share a like-minded approach.

Mark Slattery, Managing Director at Fast Glass Processing Ltd explains: “The team at CENSolutions came highly recommended and have totally lived up to expectations. We signed up with them a year ago now for EN 1279 Parts 2 and 3 and couldn’t be happier with how easy it is for us to get the job done. Having recently had our first annual audit, we were delighted to score highly for all of the manufacturing elements covered, as quality products and service means everything to us.

“It doesn’t matter whether our customers order in volume or visit our trade counter and want a unit produced while they wait, key to our success is keeping each one of them happy so that we can build a longstanding relationship. That’s exactly the service we have received from CENSolutions and know that, as a happy customer, we will partner with them for a long time to come for all of our certification needs.”

Rob Small, Independent Consultant at CENSolutions concludes: “Fast Glass Processing is a great company to have on board. Their attention to detail and desire to always get it right shines through in their finished products. We look forward to continuing to work with them in the future.”

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