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Revere Contracts: Supply Chain Ethos- Think Globally, Act Locally

10th June 2020/Uncategorised

supply chain, logistics

Revere’s supply chain only consists of organisations that have met or exceeded our assessment criteria. We reach out to new business through networking workshops and scheduled events including annual dinners and award ceremonies.

We build mutually beneficial relationships with subcontractors across Scotland and specific areas in England. Revere Contracts actively research local talent pools and material suppliers in line with our Corporate Social Responsibility ethos- local trading to benefit local economies. The vetting process includes but is not limited to: reviews of current and past performance; technical aptitude; accreditation in health and safety; number of employees; environmental awareness and more. This ensures that the materials procured & installed in your home renovation or home extension are safe and reliable.

 

Revere Contracts are a registered member of the Federation of Master Builders (FMB) Buyer and Iain Martin (MD) is a qualified member of the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB). This expertise allows us to actively manage our supply chain to meet national building standards and regulations.

Revere uses local Carpenters, steel fabricators, blacksmiths and building merchants where possible. This affluence helps sustain the local economy. Therefore, to meet population demands, more and more homes must be made available. Revere strategically use the local surroundings to optimise our logistics so that your project is delivered on time. This ensures that your expectations are met; living happily in a remodelled version of your home for the foreseeable future.

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is shared across the board and with our supply chain members. We ultimately try to procure materials from local merchants & manufacturers and aim for short delivery distances in order to reduce carbon footprint.

 

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