Bristol Storage gets SEMA seal of approval
13 May 2015
Bristol Storage has qualified as a member of the SEMA Distributor Group: The British Trade Association of the Storage Equipment Industry. According to the company, membership of the independent body is a further sign of its high quality service and brings many benefits to its customers.
In order to gain SEMA accreditation, companies must have been running for at least two years and hold a distributorship from a recognised manufacturer of storage equipment. Bristol Storage has had to demonstrate high level of commitment to safety standards and ensure adherence to industry codes of practice.
The company has always taken both safety and quality very seriously, but feels this independent verification of quality will bring peace of mind to existing and potential customers. Members must commit to a random audit of their work in order to be accredited.
Bristol Storage feels that the auditing process will deter the less competent installers from applying for SEMA membership, so customers of SEMA accreditied companies can be sure of high quality product, installation and service. The whole process is audited: quotation, submission, installer details, methods and sign-off.
SEMA helps formulate and develop the recognised standards of the storage industry in the UK. It also represents the UK storage industry’s national interests in Europe. This means Bristol Storage and its customers and have a louder voice in the industry - across the UK and Europe - helping to ensure that customers needs are met, asserts the company.
Bristol Storage boasts many years of experience in the industry and a track record of delivering quality warehouse racking systems and mezzanine floors. Already the trusted Dexion supplier across Bristol, the South West and South Wales, now being a qualified member of the SEMA Distributor Group this gives further endorsement of the company's commitment to quality for its customers.