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Lean, Clean and Keen

Published: 3 September 2007
Grange and their sister company Britannia Garden Products have been keen advocates of responsible sourcing for a number of years, supporting the Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC) from their early days.
Lean, Clean and Keen
Grange was the first in their sector to introduce certified lap panels, influential in converting Latvia to FSC and the first to go totally FSC in 2005. Their latest project is the conversion of their transport fleet from diesel to rape seed oil. Combine this with better design, the maximisation of material and the conversion of waste they are not only lean, mean and clean, but keen to reduce their carbon footprint further.

Both Grange and Britannia will be exhibiting a range of new products at GLEE this year, but will also be focusing on service and availability. It is one thing to have interesting and innovative new ideas and another to deliver them when needed. With timber shortages likely to continue well into next year and beyond both companies have been working on increasing guaranteed levels of supply for their customers next season.

Whether you are looking for new ideas, a practical wheelie bin cover, a choice of colours in contemporary designs, merchandising ideas, a keen and enthusiastic supplier who wants to work with you and much more, you can't afford to miss a visit to the Grange - Britannia stand.

Come and see them at GLEE in Hall 4, Stand C24-D25.

For details of these and other Grange Products and the full stockist support programme please contact them on 01952 588088 or sales@grangefencing.co.uk.

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