Bakers Basco unveils revamped website with new features that aim to simplify the site’s navigation and bring it into the modern age as a valuable resource of information.
Bakers Basco has introduced new features at its website. These updates include a detailed ‘About Us’ section, broken down into three key areas: Recycling, Innovation, and Investigations, in addition to a ‘Member Benefits’ page which highlights the operational side of the business. The new website also features a digital newsstand to spotlight Bakers Basco in the news, and clearer navigation to inform businesses and the general public how/where to report if they come across the company’s equipment.
“With our new website, we’ve tried to bring Bakers Basco into the modern age – in the same way, our business has evolved through introducing new technologies like GPS trackers across our equipment pool,” said Paul Empson, General Manager, Bakers Basco. “The website is now much more dynamic and we want to make it as easy as possible to educate people about what we do and empower them to know what to do if they come across any of our equipment, reporting directly from our website and connecting with us through social media.”
Check out the new-look Bakers Basco website here: https://bakersbasco.com/.
Bakers Basco is a joint venture set up in 2006 by five of the UK’s leading plant bakers, including Allied Bakeries, Fine Lady Bakeries, Frank Roberts & Sons, Hovis, and Warburtons – representing more than 55% of the bakery market in the UK – to buy, manage and police the use of a standard basket for the delivery of bread to retailers and wholesalers.
The current pool of equipment includes approximately four million baskets and 500,000 heavy-duty wheeled dollies, which are used by bakers to deliver bread to their customers on a daily basis. A cost-effective and environmentally-friendly solution, Bakers Basco bakery equipment is custom-designed, sturdy, reusable, and recyclable, contributing in a positive way to the Circular Economy, as part of its commitment to reduce its environmental impact.
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