Bull Products is improving its customer experience through its asset management service, which allows housebuilders and construction companies to make the most use of their fire protection equipment.
The service means customers can organise a Bull Products collection anywhere nationwide, which is backed by a 72-hour collection service from a customer’s site, and then stored at the Bull Products warehousing facility for free.
The equipment received in the warehouse is inspected, with items judged to be faulty or damaged environmentally disposed of. The equipment that has passed inspection is booked into the stock system and stored safely in dedicated customer sections.
When a customer commences a new project, any of their equipment held in stock is fully serviced and certificated by Bull, before being dispatched on a next day delivery to the site.
Ross Markham, MD at Bull Products, said that with housebuilders and construction managers constantly having to think about whether a project is on track and ensuring budgets are being met, the company’s hassle-free service ensures companies don’t have to worry about disposing of fire safety equipment or wasting unnecessary costs on new equipment.
“Our asset management service provides a sustainable approach as it reduces wastage and ensures companies can maximise their fire protection assets, thus ensuring a cost-effective solution for businesses in the long-run,” he added.
For more information on Bull’s asset management service, contact Bull on 01432 371 170 or visit www.bullproducts.co.uk
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