Ridgeons scoops ‘Supplier of the Year’ award

Published:  06 May, 2016

Ridgeons has been crowned ‘Supplier of the Year’ at the Norfolk Constructing Excellence Club Awards, which celebrates construction projects, organisations, individuals and companies who positively contribute to the built environment across Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridge.

An independent judging panel were looking for a supplier who embeds best practice and innovation across its whole group. Ridgeons was awarded the title following an examination of its performance, including the way in which it works with the whole supply chain to deliver quality and continuous performance.

Ridgeons’ key account manager, Andrew Gort, spoke about the history and values of the family business and also gave an insight into how the builders’ merchant operates.

Mr Gort said: “We are delighted to have been awarded ‘Supplier of the Year’. We as a business are constantly learning and developing to ensure we continue to deliver unrivalled knowledge, solutions and outcomes for our customers. Our rich history has allowed us to develop an innate understanding of what our customers want and need, which allows us to be best placed to support them with all their building project requirements.”

Picture caption: Ridgeons’ key account manager, Andrew Gort, collecting the award for Supplier of the Year at the Norfolk Constructing Excellence Club Awards.

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