Posted 16th May

Moores takes home national supplier award

By KBBDaily on 16th May 2018 - 08:00am
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West Yorkshire-based Moores Furniture Group has received the Barratt Group Supplier Excellence Award for Outstanding Partnership from UK housebuilder Barratt Homes.

Moores said it has received the award as a “key supply partner” for “delivering consistently on multiple mutually agreed goals”.

Moores key account director Matt Walker, pictured centre, accepted the award on behalf of of the furniture company from Barratt Group CEO Dave Thomas, left, and Olympic Gold Medallist Ben Hunt-Davis MBE, right.

“We are thrilled to have won the Barratt Group Supplier Excellence Award for Outstanding Partnership,” said Moores group sales director Michael Barrett.

“We value our partners and pride ourselves in always delivering to the highest standard in all of our projects. We are happy to have been recognised for exceptional work practices and we look forward to continuing our joint success with Barratt.”

Barratt group procurement director John Adams added: “The award is testament to the proactive approach that Moores has provided to our business in the past 12 months.”


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