MGA Tiles - London
MGA, established in London in the early 1950's, and still family run to this day. Originally called 20th Century flooring, and based in battersea specializing in flooring for homes, Hotels and other commercial contracts
Later in the 1960's the company relocated to the current site in Chingford to increase the showroom and warehouse capacity and to be closer to many of the companies core clients.
Managing Director Michael Asbury with his dedicated team of experienced staff, still uphold the values set by his father, Maurice, who wanted his company to offer service that was truly second to none and a wide variety of interesting and competative products.
Customers purchasing Ecolabel products, can be certain of a socially responsible choice towards respecting nature. They can also have the assurance that the products will increase the enviromental value of their building projects.
Enviromentally friendly actions don't have to be large to have an impact. Consistently Reducing the amount of energy, water and paper our business use can make a huge difference, both to the enviroment and to our finances. Be inspired ...
What we do
- Sourcing from reputable sources who take enviromental concerns seriousley
- Active policy to reduce "tile miles" by using bulk container shipments, on trains and direct services where appropriate and possible.
- Recent upgrade to larger capacity and more fuel efficient vehicles, which has reduced our fleet size and increased efficiency.
- Our fleet is tracked by satelite. Although this was introduced for service reasons, it has produced savings in fuel due to a reduction in miles travelled by drivers who need to operate efficiently.
- Active internal recycling policy, intrducing the recycling of "scrap" tiles from obsolete stocks and breakages, reducing local emissions.
- Predominantly electric powered internal moving equipment.
- Modern efficient warehousing. Our buildings are relatively new, built to the latest british building regulations.
- Encourage communications predominantly theough email.both internal and external, to reduce unnecessary print.
- using a supplier of paper with maximum available recycled content.