Supporting Quality Timber Excellence with the BWF
Following our recent investment strategy to enhance our internal operations and further expand our service offering – we have also been searching for new ways to continue delivering market-leading solutions for the industry.
Recently, we became members of the British Woodworking Federation, more commonly known as the BWF. Since the appointment of our Managing Director, Howard Morris, whose passion for quality has enabled TFS to develop an enviable reputation. In pursuit of excellence, TFS has embarked on achieving third party approvals including ISO 9001:2015 and Certification such as BBA. Howard subsequently sought a trade body that reciprocated TFS’ commitment to delivering quality processing solutions for the timber industry.
As the dedicated body for the woodworking and joinery manufacturing sector, the British Woodworking Federation is committed to driving excellence and standards to ensure the sector has full growth potential. Sharing the same commitments, TFS sought to join the BWF to support its desire to enter the fire door arena in partnership with members who can utilise the benefits provided by an experienced B2B processing partner.
Howard commented: “We have been working tirelessly to identify memberships and accreditations that support our goals as a company and match our ethos of sharing advice and best practice in the industry. Working strictly in the B2B space to add value to clients’ substrates and help them to save time and money, becoming members of the BWF is the ideal way to share and benefit from industry best practice whilst being part of a trusted community of suppliers.”
Robert Allinson, Membership Manager at the BWF, concluded: “We are delighted that TFS has demonstrated compliance with the BWF Code of Conduct, the standard to which all members commit themselves to achieving. We look forward to them working with the wider membership; sharing best practice and helping to drive the demand for timber products.”
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