Below is a list of of the latest news from Q-Lean. Click on any one to see further details.
QPSL is delighted to announce that we will be hosting an afternoon of Building Product Specification CPD, a RIBA accredited LEAN factory tour along with an evening food and drink festival, on Thursday 16th July 2020. We are holding the event at Quantum’s headquarters in Oldham, in partnership with the Manchester Society of Architects. Those in attendance will have the opportunity to:
In the modern world, sustainability is vitally important. Climate change, deforestation and waste accumulation are just some of the major environmental issues that need to be tackled by society in the coming years.
Offsite construction involves the design, planning, fabrication and assembly of different elements of buildings in different locations. Using this methodology, different parts of buildings can be manufactured to order by specialist companies. These component parts can then be brought to the main construction site and added to the buildings when needed.
Two new MAN TG 15 ton rigid trucks have arrived at QPSL. They have been added to the company’s distribution resources to help meet the demand for rapid and prompt service to distributors and contractors around the UK.
Q-Lean will be at two Explore Offise Events this year. If you are attending be sure to stop by and learn more about the benefits Q-Lean can offer your business.
QPSL are proud to be part of the ’Made in Britain’ campaign. All Dacatie products have been manufactured in Britain for the last 50 years. Dacatie fully embrace Lean manufacturing principals in order to reduce waste and cost meaning they're able to deliver maximum value to the customer. Interested in seeing how they do it? Why not book a factory tour. Call today on 0161 6
As an innovator in the field of bespoke extrusions for the building industry, QLS is looking forward to contributing to the aims and goals of the leading offsite industry body - The Modular and Portable Building Association.
Green Business is run by Groundwork (MSSTT), which is a consortium of local Trusts supporting the fact that sustainable living and working is essential to our future. Groundwork environmental experts passionately encourage and educate sustainability. They believe that everyone should strive to be more sustainable in their workplace and at home.
REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals) is an EC Regulation that has direct effect in the UK. It came into force on 1st June 2007 and replaced a number of European Directives and Regulations with a single system for registering, evaluating, authorizing and restricting chemicals.
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Match day sponsor
Certificate of membership
QPSL take silver at prestigious regional business award
Oldham manufacturer saves £147,000
QPSL launch a mobile friendly website.
All our products are 100% British manufactured and have been for the last 40 years.