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29 April, 2016

BCAS is conducting a UK wide industry survey to find out what users of compressed air need from their suppliers and maintenance providers. Everyone completing the survey will be entered into a prize draw for the chance to win an iPad Mini.


Vanda Jones, executive director for BCAS, said: “As far as we know this is the first time that there has been an independent survey of end users to discover what they want from their suppliers and maintenance providers and how they rate their supplier.

“I believe it is vital to take a snapshot of how the compressed air industry is performing and areas where we can collectively improve.”

The survey will run from April to September 2016, with results published later in the year. If you are an end user of compressed you can complete the survey by visiting: www.bcas.org.uk/survey.




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