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Shepley wins Plimsoll Outstanding Company Award

Shepley, the UK’s largest sole fabricator of REHAU windows and composite doors, has seen its solid sales growth and financial performance recognised by Plimsoll, with an Outstanding Company of 2016 Award.

Shepley combines consistent high-quality manufacturing with an emphasis on reliable and helpful service to support its loyal customers. “This award reflects the great relationship we have enjoyed with successful window and door companies over the years,” says Tim Walker, Shepley’s Managing Director.

Its efficient and quick production of REHAU windows and composite doors has helped Shepley to become one of the largest fabricators in the industry. As part of it’s customer focus, Shepley’s retail brand Visage provides marketing support and regular updates to trade and installation companies.

“Because customers can rely on us to supply the best products when they need them, they can concentrate on growing their businesses,” continues Tim. “They expect to receive a high-quality product on a quick turnaround, and we deliver on that every time because of the respect we have for them.”

Plimsoll, the world’s leading provider of market reports and company analysis, annually presents the award of ‘Outstanding Company’ to a handful of companies in each of their industries. The award is based on Plimsoll’s latest analysis, highlighting businesses that have demonstrated a strong financial performance and continued growth. It continues a year of success for Shepley who were named as one of the top 1,000 Companies to Inspire Britain in the London Stock Exchange Group’s annual report earlier this year.

Tim added: “We really appreciate the recognition from Plimsoll. It comes as we are launching a raft of new support and product developments to make sure we continue to provide a great service to customers.”



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