Arran Morgan, Commercial Product Manager at BOFA, explains in this Expert Insight, the last thing any business needs when capacity is under pressure is unplanned downtime that adds cost, causes delay and disrupts customer relationships.
It’s been a year like no other. For all of us, 2020 turned out to be quite different to what we had planned – a year of pandemic, video calls and unsung heroes.
From the 1st January 2022 it will be compulsory for all BOFA products sold to the UK market to bear the UKCA marking, this will be the UK equivalent to the CE mark.
Douglas Gray joined BOFA as International Sales Manager just as the UK entered its first lockdown. Not an ideal environment to take on a new role, but thanks to support from his colleagues and the availability of digital tools, he is now firmly part of the BOFA family and engaging with customers around the world…even if he can’t meet them face to face at the moment. We took the opportunity to catch up with Douglas to find out about his experiences in these most unusual of circumstances.
From cake decorations and jewellery to model railway signal boxes and 3D battlefields, the range of products being created by hobbyists continues to grow in line with advances in technology.
December 31st 2020 signals the point when the UK completes its exit from the European Union (EU). The information below is relevant to BOFA International customers. Please take a moment to read it and contact us if you have any queries. Please also share with anyone in your organisation who needs to know this information.