Chain of Custody Case Study

This week I have published a Chain of Custody Case Study.

The case study was provided by Summers Joinery Ltd.

Founded in 1973, Summers Joinery Ltd has supplied high-quality joinery across the UK for over forty years.

Based at an industrial site in Coventry, the company has consistently grown over the years and, having expanded its factory and workshop space twice in the past decade, the company’s working site now covers some 14,000 square feet for craftsmen and joiners.

Read the full case study here.

Why should you provide us with a case study?

If you are a current Interface NRM certificate holder we would really like to work with you in producing a case study.

Not only will we publish this on our website for search engine exposure, but we will also publish it across all of our social media pages. Additionally, our marketing department will contact all industry-specific publications to see if we can gain further exposure from them.

You can use the case study on your website/social media pages to publicise your certification.

Get in touch

If you would like further information on this please get in touch with our marketing department. You can call us on 01952 288325 or you can also initiate a live chat from our website. Alternatively you can email Amy – [email protected]

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