For many businesses, the logistics of trading on the island of Jersey whilst using mainland suppliers could prove somewhat problematic with the added obstacle of the sea to contend with. But for Millennium Windows and Conservatories this is certainly not the case. Trading successfully since 1998, Millennium prides itself on providing a wide range of products to meet the needs of any customer or project, including high quality PVC-U, timber and aluminium windows and doors; French, patio, sliding, bi-fold and stable doors; and a multitude of conservatories and orangeries.
Mark Burroughs, Director at Millennium Windows and Conservatories: “Millennium had the foresight early on to choose a supplier that could meet our ongoing broad product and material range needs, but that also could look after us as a company operating from an island. The main problem for us previously was that issues could take longer to sort out than on mainland. We needed a supplier that was on the ball and who could respond immediately. We have been working with Tradelink for 13 years now and if we do ever have a problem it is sorted out straight away. This ensures that Millennium can pass on the quick turnaround and response time to our customers.
Millennium’s sheer volume of product offerings too is an area where a strong fabricator partner has proved essential. Tradelink is the company’s only supplier when it comes to PVC-U and aluminium, “it works well,” explains Mark. This working relationship has additionally provided a feeling of being “part of a big family,” despite the separation by sea.
Bruce Morley, Business Development Director at Tradelink comments: “We understand that in the current climate every job is valuable to our customers, regardless of their location, so we always do our best to meet their needs as quickly and as smoothly as possible. Tradelink also has an aluminium trade fabrication business to ensure it can provide help and support to customers such as Millennium who offer a diverse product range.”