More needs to be done by government to incentivise sustainable ways of working, and to support those companies that are already modernising the way they work. This was one of the key points raised by attendees of a round table event hosted by Bohle in London recently.
Bohle has said that its supply chain remains uninterrupted despite wider shortages of components and building materials.
Balustrades and balconies offer big business opportunities to home improvement specialists. We report.
Bigger units, heavier glass and increased use of laminates is making manual handling of glass higher risk.
Housebuilders, commercial office developers to corporations are under increasing pressure to prove their green credentials, including those of their supply chain. We report.
Companies who are found to have failed to protect their workforce face far tougher sentencing from this month [Nov].
Michael Turner, Technical Sales Representative at Bohle, argues that the demands placed on shower screen hardware has grown with larger sizes.
We find out how with increased pressure on margin, the right choice of cutting wheel is a small but critical factor in IGU manufacture.
In the space of a decade Halsall Glass has gone from one man start-up to working with some of the biggest high street brands.
The application of glass balustrading is endless and its appeal growing. We ask, is it time to add a balustrade system to your product portfolio?
With 54,000 reportable cases of injury caused by manual handling at the last count take a look at some of the options to keep workers safe.
The UK faces a shortage of skilled workers, particularly in construction and manufacturing. We report on how Bohle is stepping up to help meet the challenge.
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