On Thursday the 30th January 2020, varying members of the BMC team were invited to the facilities of key supplier and one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of plastic injected building products, Timloc.
Hosted by Timloc's Northern Regional Sales Manager, John Wright (pictured on the right of BMC's Regional Operations Manager, Steve Quigley) the BMC teams received specific Timloc product training and a guided tour around the modern facilities based in Howden, East Yorkshire.
Experiences like this are invaluable to the staff here at BMC and gives everyone a genuine insight to the world of manufacturing, allowing us to improve specific knowledge of products and, in turn, provide an unrivalled service to our customers.
BMC places a huge emphasis upon the continuous professional development of all members of the team, with this year seeing the introduction of bi-weekly, key supplier led, training sessions which has been duly welcomed by all involved.
A big thank you to all those at Timloc for being such brilliant hosts. All at BMC are greatly appreciative of the warm welcome and use of the state-of-the-art facilities.
As stockists of a range of Timloc products, be sure to speak with a representative at your local BMC branch to understand more about the Timloc range and how we can help with your ongoing / next project.
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