Mantis Cranes awarded Gold membership of Constructionline

 

Mantis Cranes were awarded a Gold Constructionline award

Mantis Cranes are delighted to be awarded Gold Membership of Constructionline.

Mantis Cranes awarded Gold membership of Constructionline

 

Constructionline Database

The Constructionline register for pre-qualified contractors and consultants has been assessing suppliers to the construction industry for over 20 years. They connect a database of over 4,000 buyer organisations to a database of over 46,000 suppliers and over 45% of the Top 25 Construction companies use Constructionline to source their suppliers. See what Constructionline do here.

Having completed a very detailed evaluation process, Mantis Cranes were deemed suitable for a Gold Membership Award. This confirms the high standards that Mantis Cranes maintains in the areas of service, quality and health & safety. The comprehensive evaluation process examines, among others, the financial, quality management, environmental, equality & diversity, corporate & social responsibility aspects of a company.

Well Done to the Mantis Cranes Team

Mantis Cranes Constructionline gold award

Well done to the Mantis Team involved in completing this rigorous application process. The Gold Award will give Mantis Cranes customers the reassurance that they are working with a company that maintains its standards to the highest degree possible.

For full details on the Constructionline Awards visit https://www.constructionline.co.uk/

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