Brother UK Wins Manufacturing Excellence Award for Second Year Running
Brother UK has been named as delivering Manufacturing Excellence at the annual British Office Supplies and Services (BOSS) awards, the firm has said. Competing with other companies who turn over more than £10 million a year, it is the second consecutive year Brother has won the coveted title.The award is based on analysis of several facets of business operations, ranging from service delivery, support, marketing, sales and logistics.
"This award win is testament to the team effort at Brother to deliver both on product and service," Phil Jones, UK sales and marketing director for Brother UK, saidan innovative printing app, was also released by the company for the Android smartphone market this month. Free to download, the tool enables users to print wirelessly from, and scan to, their Android with a Brother all in one laser or inkjet device.
Brother Printer Ink Cartridges Are Pioneering
Businesses will find that Brother printer ink cartridges are at the forefront of printer ink quality.
According to clickromford.co.uk, Brother is a pioneering force within the printing and technology industries. The site has singled out four main factors it feels contribute to the firm's prestigious standing.
First is the significant research and development Brother undertakes in the development of every printer ink cartridge it makes, helping it achieve excellent image balance. Second, advanced matching techniques enabled the printer to sync varied colours easily. Thirdly, evenness of printer ink distribution is secured with the use of precision technology. Finally, the firm ensures its printer ink is free from smearing and clogging when in use.
So, if you are looking for a great printer ink cartridge that always delivers, why not choose those made by Brother? After all, the "Brother brand of printer ink cartridges is a proven brand for quality."
In addition to making excellent printer ink cartridges, Brother also places a strong focus on environmental issues.
Ink Cartridges Maker Brother Celebrates Ethical Success
If you buy Brother ink cartridges you really will be helping to do your bit to help the environment, animal welfare and human rights, as the firm has been recognised for its ethical policies for the fifth year running.
The toner cartridges firm received a 100 out of 100 rating for its environmental credentials by The Ethical Company Organisation in its Good Shopping Guide.
Comparing hundreds of companies' ethical and corporate social responsibility records, the guide accords in relation to up to 15 different ethical criteria under the general headings of environment, animals and people.
Brother said its success is proof that its impact on the environment remains a top priority. The company is now accredited as an 'Ethical Company'.
Recently, Brother announced the success of its ink cartridges recycling scheme, through which it says a tree in the Peruvian Amazon is protected for every eight donated.
Brother's headquarters in Manchester has also recently achieved zero landfill status.
Printer Firm Brother Promotes Safer Working For Electricians
Printer firm Brother has promoted safer working habits for electricians, with three professionals winning an electrical tester.
The device, which is worth £1,200, will allow them to test electric installations faster and with greater ease.
Furthermore, the professionals have become the last three entrants to win the Megger multifunction device, after Brother launched the scheme to improve safety awareness for electricians.
Mike Kelly, head of identification for Brother, said: "We’re committed to helping all our customers, including professional electricians, work efficiently and safely.
"The Megger testers, together with our electronic labeller PT7600VP, provide electricians with an effective and robust kit.”
Winners of the scheme included electricians from Lancashire, Cheshire and Kent.
Recently, the printer firm was awarded The Queen's Award for Enterprise in Sustainable Development, following its commitment to reducing waste and conserving energy.
Furthermore, Brother said that it started its first sustainability initiatives in 1994, and since then the concept has spread through its business and its community and charity work.