13.04.10 Gratnells heads for the dictionary
Gratnells has found a place in the English language...well, nearly.
It's true – Gratnells has found a place in the English language...almost. According to research we've conducted, many school teachers when cleaning their classrooms or science areas say that they are 'Gratnelling' rather than tidying up. Apparently, 'Gratnelling' refers to the whole process of ensuring things are stored away properly, in their rightful place. Of course, as Gratnells is the leading storage tray system, storing pretty much everything a classroom or Prep Room could require, it's not surprising that our name has become synonymous with neatness and cleanliness. Have you done your 'Gratnelling' today?