Oakland International passes British Retailers Consortium audit

Redditch, UK: Oakland International has passed the British Retailers Consortium (BRC) quality audit for storage and distribution with flying colours.

Paul Ziolek, operations director at Oakland says: “Retention of such a prestigious, global standard provides positive recognition for our customers that they are dealing with a supply chain partner ranked amongst the very best. We were one of the first in our sector to achieve this standard and have maintained our accreditation for over 8 years.”

L to R: Proudly displaying their BRC certificate, Lian Higgitt, business support manager, Louise Smithquality assurance manager, and Lynsey McIntosh, general manager-operational support

Internationally recognised as the ‘global standard’ for storage and distribution, the BRC audit covers a rigorous full day assessment of environmental standards, operating systems, traceability, layout, product flow and incorporates handling requirements of specified materials providing a bench mark for best practice within the storage and distribution industry.

Louise Smith, quality assurance manager at Oakland says: “We are all absolutely delighted to not only pass the audit, but to come through it once again in such a positive way.

Image details L to R: Proudly displaying their BRC certificate, Lian Higgitt, business support manager, Louise Smithquality assurance manager, and Lynsey McIntosh, general manager-operational support.

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