Published by Rosie on November 30th, 2009 in Files & Filing
Concord has an extensive range of files, folders and wallets which can help make your office life better. The most popular type of file is without a doubt the Concord Transfer Files. Transfer Files are ideal for the storage of punched papers and their transfer spring mechanisms allow for the fast and secure removal of papers anywhere in the file. They are available in a number of options, A4 and Foolscap, light weight, medium weight and heavy weight manilla and transfer pocket files which have a side pocket which holds loose, unpunched papers.
Our favourite transfer files are the Concord Bright Transfer Spring Files featured to your right.
These bright manilla folders are made from premium material in vibrant colours which help brighten up the office. They are also ideal for colour coding your files which will save you time and money.
- Quality transfer spring files made from brightly coloured 290gsm board
- Metal transfer spring filing mechanism allows the easy insertion, removal and rearranging of papers
- Assorted pack contains five each of sky blue, lime, tangerine, raspberry and purple
- Packed 25
- Size: Foolscap
- Capacity 38mm
Concord are aware of their responsibilities as a brand leader. They are passionate about the quality of their products and of their state of the art manufacturing process. Their unique processes enable them to produce the highest quality products including indexes and dividers, files, folders and wallets, even books and pads. There are also plenty of other Concord Files available on our site, so if you’d like to find out more or just choose from a wider variety, take a visit to www.office365.co.uk.
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Concord Office Products Limited recognise that a key to good environmental performance is for all people involved to be aware of the processes and systems in place. Therefore, we shall ensure that appropriate personnel are made aware of the processes and systems through appropriate communication and/or training. Storage, transportation and operations shall be conducted to minimise ground or water pollution or the potential for pollution, so far as is reasonably practical. Operations shall be carried out to conserve energy, so far as is reasonably practical. This shall include reducing unnecessary heat loss and unnecessary electricity usage through leaving equipment running or lights burning when not required. Where possible, operations shall be carried out in such a way as to minimise the energy used. Where possible, transport operations shall be organised to minimise the number of journeys made by road vehicles and their duration. This shall include avoiding trips with a half-empty vehicle, repeated runs to the same area and runs at peak periods when waiting times with the engine running and acceleration and braking are likely to be greater. Where rail transport is a viable alternative, then this shall be used in preference to road transport. Company vehicles shall be chosen with fuel type and usage as a primary consideration. Processes shall be chosen to minimise the likelihood of effluent discharge via the drains. Processing of blanket wash which contains water shall be done in such a way as to minimise effluent discharge by the company processing such substances. Operations shall be carried out to minimise emissions to air. Solvents shall be chosen, so far as is reasonably practical, to follow the HSE solvent preference criteria. Solvents shall be used in a way to minimise emissions to air and to reduce the potential concentrations in which they may be inhaled to be considerably below occupational exposure standards. Solvent shall be stored and transported in such a way as to minimise the potential for leakage to either ground or drains. Appropriate spill kits and procedures shall be in place to cope with any spillage that occurs, and people should be trained or otherwise made aware of the procedures. Purchasing decisions shall be made with due regard to the environmental consequences of the decision. In the case of paper, paper shall be purchased from mills that use wood pulp from a renewable source. The wood we use is primarily spruce or eucalyptus from forests which are replanted on a regular basis. We shall not purchase paper from mills using wood from rain forests or other hardwood sources. All wastes shall be removed and processed by licensed waste contractors. Concord Office Products Limited shall also determine how this waste shall be processed such as recovery, recycling or combined heat and power systems. Concord Office Products Limited shall avoid using waste contractors who send waste directly to landfill, unless the contractor can demonstrate that there is no reasonably practical alternative.