In the first of a series of posts related to our clients, we look at our most prestigious one to date
Top of the pile: Romiley Board Mill specialise in recycled cardboard packaging and have a proud history. Image by Proriko (via Shutterstock).
Where would we be without cardboard? How would Net Sixty Six SEO be able to store odd computer cables and kettle leads? Could you imagine a world without cardboard tubes? We wouldn’t be able to ourselves. Without Romiley Board Mill, there would be a plethora of packaging problems (and the Royal Mail wouldn’t be too pleased).
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Net66 like to be there for our clients and strive to go above and beyond what “traditional companies” would do. We never ask for anything in return other than a continued business relationship.
That’s why it’s always nice when we receive something back from our clients. The Space Collective have been working with Net66 for years now and enjoy a great relationship with ourselves. We’ve presided over the rebuild of two of their websites and successfully optimise both of them.
As a show of thanks for all we do, Richard very kindly sent us a box of goodies. Treats included astronaut food (I bagsied the cookie and cream ice cream sandwich), genuine pieces of the Moon and Mars and some lovely jewellery.
Check out the images of our team enjoying the goodies below:
We’d like to thank Richard for sending over these gifts and look forward to living a long and prosperous business partnership.
Blog Post by: Greg McVey
Walking around a show room you might get some inspiration on how you want your new bathroom and kitchen to look. It’s only when you get home that you realise whether or not it will work or not, or worse still, when the kitchen or bathroom is being fitted and problems arise. With DWT Kitchens and Bathrooms, they will come around to your house to personally talk you through the options. The fitter themselves will assess the space and facilities you have available and can give suggestions on how to achieve the look that you want. With years of experience behind them, they know what they’re doing. DWT fitters focus on quality, with a huge range of designer kitchens available. They are all about a polished finish, doing the jobs often not included, such as tiling and flooring. They’re not just fitters, they’re craftsmen.
Whenever people think about a kitchen or bathroom refit, they think of a building site for days on end. DWT fitters don’t ‘do’ mess. They aim to do the job as quickly and neatly as possible, and leave the kitchen or bathroom plumbed in and ready to go.
DWT Kitchens and Bathrooms also offer general plumbing services, as all the fitters are professionally trained plumbers. theydo jobs as small as a dripping tap all the way through to radiators and plumbing in a whole new system. We charge reasonable but realistic prices, and never charge a call out fee. We’re proud of all of the services we provide, take pride in our work and contributing to making people’s homes the way they would love them to be.
At Able Engraving, they like to be flexible in every aspect of their work, and with such a wide range of customers, they need to be. They look at each order as an individual project and work hard to give each client exactly what they envisage, no matter how large or small the order is.
They are able to use an extensive range of skills to achieve the desired effect. Sometimes that means they use cutting edge technology, and sometimes that means they use more traditional skills and engrave by hand. They are also able to offer a number of choices in materials, having previously worked in everything from laminated signs all the way through to bronze. If a customer isn’t sure which technology or material they need, with the combined years of experience the engravers have, they are endlessly confident that they can give them several options and help them choose what fits their specifications.
By being flexible They have achieved a lot. One of the plagues being unveiled by the Queen was quite a coup, and they are honoured to be involved in a project such as the Mount Everest memorial. Engraving isn’t all about plaques though, and they take pride in all of their work from signage to labels. They look forward to many new challenges and watching a very traditional industry becoming increasingly state of the art.