Members of the Emplas management team have successfully completed an Institute of Management accredited training programme.
Delivered as part of the trade specialist’s continuous business improvement programme, the 10-module ‘Engaging Leadership’ programme was delivered by independent training provider, Beyond Theory.
The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) was formed in 1977 by the four main trade associations in the glass and glazing sectors. Today it remains the industry’s leading trade body and is one of the most influential organisations in the entire construction sector.
Bolton based super fabricator Heritage Trade Frames has added the innovative nxt-gen range of composite doors from Distinction to its portfolio, a decision that forms part of the manufacturer’s ethos of providing its customers with the latest, cutting-edge products to ensure they continue to stay ahead of the competition.
West Yorkshire based fabricator, Quickslide, has announced that it has rolled out double shift patterns throughout its factories, a move that is designed to further improve its service offering, as well as ensure it is best placed to cater for a significant upturn in sales orders for all its market leading products.
As if marking an amazing 131 years in business wasn’t enough, hardware experts Caldwell have more cause for celebration – the veteran firm has been named a finalist at 2019’s National Fenestration Awards.
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