Jewson continues its superbrand status

Published:  17 March, 2015

The annual Business Superbrands list has placed Jewson among the UK’s strongest business-to-business brands for 2015.

The supplier of sustainable timber and building materials has now been recognised as a Superbrand for the second year running. Once again after an independently coordinated procedure managed by The Centre for Brand Analysis (TCBA), Jewson has been judged to have the finest reputation in its field, offering an emotional and tangible edge over its competitors. An expert council and over 2,000 individual business professionals assessed over 1,200 brands on a three key criteria: quality, reliability and distinction to establish the list for 2015. “Being acknowledged as a Superbrand for the second year running is testament to our team’s dedication and commitment to providing the highest levels of customer service,” said Peter Stringer, managing director at Jewson. “We have continued to evolve with our customers, adjusting our products and services to provide exactly what they need to get the job done professionally and efficiently. In addition, we have made significant investments into training – both for our own experienced staff on an on-going basis, as well as making it free and easily accessible for our customers through the launch of our Pro Build Tour.”

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