Rubix – previously known as Brammer Buck & Hickman – is delighted to introduce Workline, a comprehensive range of pollution control products and services specifically developed to assist companies to prevent and cope with liquid spills and resulting pollution.
Exclusively available through Rubix in the UK and Ireland, product highlights of the Workline range include absorbent pads, rolls, socks and cushions for maintenance, alongside oil & fuel and chemical applications supported with dispensers, stations, holders and containment products. Spill Kits are also available from 10ltrs to 1200ltrs capacity.
By choosing Workline, customers will benefit from an immediate supply of the highest performance and most cost-effective spill response products in the marketplace. All spill response products are manufactured to BS EN ISO, 9001:2015 quality standards and all products featured conform to BS 7959.
As part of its commitment to upholding the highest possible standards, Rubix will also provide BSIF accredited courses presented by skilled, professional trainers with current, close experience in spill control with the object of enhancing the awareness and skills of operatives. Held at the customer’s site or at its dedicated Leicestershire-based training centre, the courses provide an awareness of the risks and threats and how to deal with emergencies.
Andrew Egerton, Head of Category Tools and General Maintenance commented: “Commitment to the requirements of industry and the ability to innovate in products, services and technology is the key to the rapid development of Workline. Workline products have been developed to help customers meet their legal and moral obligations while contributing towards a cleaner, greener, environment.”
With a turnover of more than €2.3 billion in 2018, Rubix is Europe’s largest supplier of industrial maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) products and services.
To receive a copy of the new Workline catalogue, please contact 08450 510 150 or visit www.bbh-rubix.com.
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