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Keystone Lintels picks up Buildbase Supplier of the Year award

Steel lintel manufacturer Keystone Lintels has won the ‘Supplier of the Year’ award from builders merchant Buildbase for 2020.

The award follows on from the company’s allocade as Southern Division Supplier of the Year for 2019.

Keystone Lintels’ sales director David Grace, said: “This is a great celebration of the robust and engaging partnership between Keystone Lintels and Buildbase and a testament to the dedication of our team. We have been supplying Buildbase for over 20 years since the company’s inception and are delighted that our industry leading customer service has been recognised with this prestigious award. This is a great way to start the year and we are looking forward to continuing to set the standard for customer service in 2021.”

Martin Bull, procurement director at Buildbase added: “Keystone Lintels was chosen as the Supplier of the Year for 2020. Keystone is so easy to deal with and offers great support to our business. Their sales team are strong and proactive and support our teams excellently both in the field and virtually, working together to secure new business. The most recent Movies from Home promotion being a great incentive to get business back on track. Keystone’s back office technical, customer service, operation and finance teams are also so easy to deal with and very efficient.”

 

 

Keystone is the market leader of steel lintels in the UK and Ireland and carries the largest and widest stock range in the industry. The company is proud to further support merchants with innovative ranges of products and systems, which solve problems for the builder and deliver more opportunities to drive added value for merchants.

About Fiona Russell-Horne

Fiona Russell-Horne
Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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