Aggregate Industries promises a Concrete Commitment

  • 3 May 2017

Aggregate Industries has launched a customer service pledge to buyers of its ready-mixed concrete products.

In April 2017, Aggregate Industries launched the Concrete Commitment, which outlines eight promises the business division aims to honour in order to upkeep its high standards of customer service.

Simon Wycherley, General Manager at Aggregate Industries Concrete South, comments: “We focus on putting our customers first with a solid commitment to customer service and we have spoken and listened to the requirements of our customers and responded accordingly with our Concrete Commitment.”

The Concrete Commitment has promised a dedicated account manager, out-of-hours service and technical support and know-how. Next day delivery is also guaranteed and there will be remuneration for late deliveries. The initiative also offers regular project reviews on larger jobs.

Visit the Aggregate Industries website

Leave a Reply

More articles

Cembrit launches new fibre cement cladding

Cembrit has announced the launch of a new through-coloured cladding board with a sandblasted surface, Patina Rough.

Posted in Articles, Building Industry News, Building Products & Structures, Cladding, Innovations & New Products, Posts, Walls

Ahmarra exceeds expectations in Ministry of Housing fire door test

Sample timber fire doors from Ahmarra Door Solutions recently exceeded expectations when tested against regulations.

Posted in Articles, Building Industry News, Building Products & Structures, Doors, Health & Safety, Research & Materials Testing, Security and Fire Protection

EverEdge chosen for Islington Square project

EverEdge was recently specified to provide edging and planters for a project for Cain International at Islington Square in London.

Posted in Articles, Building Industry News, Building Products & Structures, Garden, Posts

How do you maintain LST radiators?

Contour discusses maintaining LST radiators and ensuring that they are consistently meeting their expected potential.

Posted in Articles, Building Industry News, Building Products & Structures, Building Services, Heating Systems, Controls and Management, Posts