Yes we're a family business at heart, but that doesn't mean we don't think big. We partner with diverse businesses across the world.
Belron partners benefit from our honest and open working culture, at every level and across every business function. We work closely with our partners and their customers, adding value through the knowledge, skills and services we bring to the table.
Our business hinges on our great relationships with our partners, including some of the most successful names in the insurance, fleet and motoring businesses. Most of our partner relationships are long term and enduring.
Some of the biggest names that recommend our service:
- Centraal Beheer
- Direct Line
We buy our materials from leading manufacturers:
- Dow Automotive
- St Gobain
LEASE & FLEET OPERATORS
We replace and repair on behalf of major lease & fleet operators:
We're recommended by top motoring organisations where we operate, including:
Belron sources materials from some of the world's leading manufacturers. That doesn't mean we're only interested in big names. Our suppliers come in all shapes and sizes. We work with local and global suppliers that not only add value to the Belron business, but also share our beliefs and approach.
Like Belron, our suppliers work in a refreshingly open way. This way of working brings a proactive attitude and technical ability to the partnership.
Our suppliers also provide high quality products and services, matching our commitment to sustainability and fair trade.
When it comes to our supply chain, Belron is focused on quality, availability and cost. We're working hard to align standards between countries, distribution centres and branches – implementing new processes, developing new skills and growing long and meaningful relationships with our suppliers.
Belron is working on a number of initiatives to reduce our environmental impact, while allowing us to continue our great work. Ideas being investigated include low emission delivery vehicles, reusable packaging, and energy efficient heating and lighting systems. We're even looking into creating 'living roofs', which use flowerbeds to provide natural building insulation and plants to absorb CO2.