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TIMBER


No shortage of roof battens, says SR Timber


SR Timber is keen to emphasize that the availability and supply of its roof battern materials remains unaffected through the coronovirus, meaning that it can respond quickly to the requirements of merchants as demand continues to grow. Trading director Shaun Revill said that the company recognised the small but significant role it plays in ensuring that merchants have the stock they require so that the UK construction industry can get back up to full speed.


“The UK, and the world for that matter, has experienced some really tough times and it’s important that we all pull together to try and get back up and running as quickly as we can,” said Revill. “And we’re a cog in a big machine that serves the construction industry – but we recognise the importance of being


able to supply merchants and their customers with the materials they need.


“We’ve always prided ourselves on having a robust supply chain - from the forests of Latvia, to the sawmills, to the ships that bring the timber into the UK and the delivery to merchants up and down the UK - and the last few months have really been a test of our mettle and we’ve come through it with flying colours.”


He also thinks that the recent lockdown may go some way to rid the industry of blighted batten. “Before lockdown, we heard of instances where some suppliers were offering unbelievable prices on batten – which we strongly suspect to be of poor quality and probably don’t comply to British Standards – but they couldn’t deliver for weeks,” said Revill.


“That raised alarms bells for reputable suppliers and we hope that we may now see the back of some of this batten, especially if merchants and contractors turn their back on it because of the poor availability.


Also, reflecting on the


widespread media reports during lockdown which showed the lowering of emissions globally, Revill is also hoping that the eco credentials of materials come even further to the fore.


“It was amazing to see the reduction in the amount of pollution during lockdown and we hope the environmental agenda maintains its momentum. It goes


to show that little differences add up to a big change and everyone on the planet has a role to play on that.


“For example, all Premium Gold batten carries either FSC or PEFC certification proving it is sourced sustainably. Whenever purchasing batten this should be a main point for everyone, ensuring we all play our part in reducing the environmental impact.”


BMJ


SAFETY | STORAGE | EFFICIENCY Versatility is key for builder’s merchants and Combilift provides this in abundance, negating the need for several different machines to do different jobs for a more efficient way of working. Combilift’s customised approach allows our clients to specify various unique features on one forklift, enabling them to handle everything from palletised loads to lengths of structural timber safely and with ease. Combilift’s four directional technology also allows merchants to rethink their warehouse space, increasing capacity and providing excellent cost efficiencies.


www.buildersmerchantsjournal.net August 2020 +353 47 80500 COMBILIFT.COM 29


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