Hanson Clarinet Company
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Hanson Clarinet Company

Hanson Clarinet Company is a manufacturer of woodwind instruments.[1] The company is noted for their clarinets which are made in their workshops in Marsden, West Yorkshire.[1] The company is the largest manufacturer of clarinets in the United Kingdom.[1]

In May 2010, Hanson Clarinet were awarded the world's first Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Chain of Custody (CoC) certificate for using African Blackwood in its products. Hanson Clarinets launched the world's first FSC-certified clarinets by late 2010.[2] The FSC-certified wood is harvested in Tanzania.[3]

References

  1. ^ a b c Cockroft, Robert (7 May 2012). "The reed revolution". The Yorkshire Post. Johnston Publishing. Retrieved .
  2. ^ Hanson Clarinet gets world's first FSC certificate for African Blackwood
  3. ^ Siegle, Lucy (5 June 2010). "Neil Bridgland's innovation: sustainable clarinets". The Guardian. Retrieved .

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