by Laura Farrall on January 19 2021
At Farrall's Group a pride in our work and commitment to continuously delivering peace of mine underpins everything our team do. This has once again been shown through our achievement of our BRC AA Storage & Distribution accreditation for the 4th year on the run, the highest grade a business can achieve!
We are extremely proud of our team who work so hard to ensure we offer top levels of service to our customers, so they have peace of mind that their goods are in the hands of a business who operate to globally recognised standards in operations and safety.
The BRC Standard for Storage & Distribution is designed to ensure that the quality and safety of products are maintained during their storage and distribution, and customer confidence is upheld. Today, it’s an internationally recognised standard and applies to all products that we handle from Food, Packaging, to Consumer Products.
'Back in 2018 we decided to apply for our BRC accreditation as we understood our customers need to have complete confidence in our ability to uphold supply chain integrity. Through our certification and re-certification, we could reassure our customers on the levels of service they would receive from day one.' says Matthew Farrall (Managing Director)
'It is also a great way to recognise our team and show them just how vital the work they do is. Each recertification is not only a great achievement for Farrall's Group, but also a great achievement for them.' says Kat Farrall (Managing Director)
We would like to say a hugh thank-you to the whole of Team FG for helping us achieve such a brilliant result, this really does reflect on their continued commitment, dedication, and hard work.
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