Window and Door manufacturer, Polyframe, are proud to announce that they have received the prestigious Halifax Courier Business of the Year Award.
The Awards, now in their seventh year, were established to celebrate business success in the Calderdale Region. Chris Watson, Group Managing Director commented “ It was a great honour to win this award at the first time of asking and it is a testament to all our dedicated staff that the business has been recognized in this way.”
The Business Award is judged on year on year growth, innovation, community and social responsibility and community support – all of which Polyframe were able to demonstrate to good effect for the Judging Panel.
Polyframe has four factories within the UK, 3 window and door manufacturing plants located in Halifax, Norwich and Portadown, and a dedicated Door factory in Mansfield. As the business continues to grow The Polyframe Group will benefit with investment in new plant / machinery, along with further investment in internal software to help with the increased workload in all factories.
Chris continued “ We have recently placed an order for over £1 million on new equipment at both Halifax and Norwich which is due to be completed by the end of the year. This is in addition to the ongoing investment being made in our Portadown factory”
“This investment ensures that we are in a very strong position to continue the phenominal growth that we have experienced into 2014 and beyond”.
The Polyframe Group has grown beyond all recognition over the past few years with turnover up 300% from 2011. This success is down to the continued investment in the loyal and hardworking staff at all Polyframe factories. In addition, Polyframe has been opening its own trade centres throughout the UK, currently standing at 12 in number, but set to double over the next 12 months. The Polyframe Trade Centres supply all products to local builders and joiners enabling the to buy windows, doors and conservatories direct from the UK’s leading manufacturer.
This award is great news for Polyframe at a time when positive stories of business success and growth are few and far between.