The Redditch Partitions & Storage Co. Ltd. has built a reputation UK-wide for quality and outstanding service dedicated to six key qualities - Design, Quality, Cost, Dependability, Workmanship and Timing.
The company is a SEMA Distributor member - the nationwide Storage Equipment Manufacturers' Association and has achieved Safe Contractor accreditation.
From a simple bay of pallet racking to a total warehouse operation or complete ergonomic design of your offices. Working closely with our clients, we take your ideas, through a complete 3600 turnkey process, to the final implementation. Imagine the benefit of handing over the responsibility of clearing your industrial site, installing your partitioning, pallet racking or mezzanine floor and making the area ready to function without you lifting a finger.
Clients should demand only the best of products and service from their storage equipment supplier
The Redditch Partitions & Storage Co. Ltd. takes the issues of product quality, integrity and safety in use very seriously. To reinforce our commitment we have been an active member of the Storage and Handling Equipment Distributors Association (SHEDA) since the organisations inception in the early 1980’s. After nearly 30 years as an independent organisation, the association merged with the Storage Equipment Manufacturer’s Association (SEMA) the British trade association of the storage equipment industry. It is committed to promoting and extending the safe design, installation and use of storage equipment manufactured and supplied by its members.
The SEMA Distributor Group (SDG) was launched in September 2011 to bring together distributor members of the storage industry who want to, collectively, raise standards. Qualifying companies are eligible to be appointed as a SEMA Distributor Company (SDC). SDC membership indicates that the distributor is dedicated to the supply of quality storage equipment. The company must demonstrate a high level of commitment to safety standards, work to industry codes of practice and will be regulated by a random audit.
Statement – Luke J. Egan – Managing Director - The Redditch Partitions & Storage Co. Ltd.
"We want our clients to know that there is a clear distinction between SDG members and the rest of the storage distributor industry. SDG accredited members are investing both financially and with their time to promote and adhere to the best levels of service and quality.
It is an old cliché but never more true. Our members are only as good as our suppliers. Together our group will use its collective influence to create better dialogue with manufacturers on service issues.
Clients deserve only the best of products and service from their storage equipment suppliers and we are passionate about raising standards."
Organisations have a legal obligation to ensure that external contractors and service providers working on their premises operate in a safe and controlled way.
The Redditch Partitions & Storage Co. Ltd., takes the issue of Health & Safety within the business and on our client’s premises very seriously. To reinforce our commitment we have been continuously awarded ‘Accredited Contractor’ status with Alcumus safecontractor since 2007.
Alcumus Safecontractor is a leading third party accreditation scheme that assesses the health and safety competency of contractors and service providers, with more than 263 clients and over 23,000 contractor members.
Worcestershire Education Network has the solution to fulfil your school's needs.
We are proud to be a member of the Worcestershire Education Network. WEN is a group of local businesses with a national remit, which aims to offer schools in the region exceptional value for money and local personal service across the full range of educational services.
The group is a trusted network of educators, suppliers and manufacturers who specialise in delivering high-quality and bespoke solutions to schools; anything from furniture and clothing, to school grounds design, teaching resources, CPD for teachers and engaging curriculum-linked workshops for children.
Code of Conduct
The Worcestershire Education Network has a responsibility to set rules and standards to direct the behaviour of its members and to further the aims of the Network. This Code of Conduct indicates the manner in which members are required to conduct themselves. The reputation of the network is further enhanced if its members are not only well qualified, but also have a professional commitment to a standard of excellence in their work.