Quality Control

Summit are committed to safety and compliance of all our products.  Our in-house teams work closely with leading accredited test laboratories and compliance companies to ensure we keep our products and customers safe and compliant.

ETHICAL SOURCING

Our buyers carefully select our products, ensuring they are sourced in a responsible and sustainable way.

We believe in fair working conditions and pay for all staff, and will only trade with companies that comply with corporate and social responsibilities.

IN-HOUSE TESTING

The dedicated quality control team located on site ensure all products sourced, conform to relevant consumer safety regulations. Our in house facilities range from small part tension testing to fire retardancy.

SAMPLE ANALYSIS, REPORTING & RECTIFICATION

Sample products are thoroughly inspected to ensure our purpose and functionality standards are met. Defective parts are reported and rectified during this sampling process.

 

 

Members of Sedex

Sedex (Supplier Ethical Data Exchange) works with buyers and suppliers worldwide to deliver improvements in responsible and ethical business practices in global supply chains.

Latest News


Summit International’s debut at CountryFile LIVE 2018

Summit International is attending BBC Countryfile LIVE 2018! Those visiting will be able to get their hands on Summit’s range of products that are perfect for outdoor enthusiasts, from dining and leisure accessories to collapsible housewares and camping equipment. Summit are also holding an exclusive competition to win a B&Co bundle worth over £250! Discover more at Summit’s stand, A52.
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Summit International announces Team Expansion

Summit International is delighted to announce the expansion of their team in line with a robust growth strategy.
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Summit International supports Southend-on-Sea beach clean and #StopThePlasticTide appeal

Summit International, a leading UK manufacturer and distributor of multiple outdoor living and leisure brands, supported its local community and the Marine Conservation Society’s Southend-on-Sea beach clean, which took place on 17th June. 
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