Freefoam Deliver Added Value to the Supply Chain

Date: 30 May 2011
Source: Freefoam Building Products
Freefoam Building Products, the leading manufacturer of PVC building products for the Irish, UK and Mainland European markets report that the virtuous supply chain is working for them, their customers and end users.

Lister Trade Frames of Stoke on Trent have been a Freefoam customer for the last 12 months offering the Freefoam roofline range through their BIG Trade Counter operation. During this time they have been impressed with the consistently high quality products they have received and the efficient ordering and delivery process. Mark Warren, Managing Director, commented “We have developed a close working relationship with Freefoam and are very impressed with how they work. We have had no problems with either quality or delivery over this time which is a testament to the importance Freefoam place on customer service” Further praise has also been received from Darren Meadowcroft, L & D UPVC Limited, a Lister Trade Frame customer. Darren contacted Freefoam directly to say how pleased he is with the products and marketing support he receives. “Just to say how impressed I am with your products. I’ve been using them for over 12 months and in all that time I have never once had reason to complain about anything, hats off to you!” Colin St John, UK General Manager commented “It is especially encouraging when you hear that all our stakeholders in the sales process are finding what we do of such a benefit to their businesses. We are proud and passionate about how we impact on our customers businesses. Lister Trade Frames share our commitment to product quality and customer service and it’s this close working relationship that enables the virtuous supply chain we are seeking to provide”.

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