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Solidor double finalist at G16 Awards

Solidor is double G16 finalist

Solidor has reached the finals of the G-Awards for two categories. The manufacturer of the most secure composite door you can buy has been shortlisted for the G16 Promotional Campaign of the Year – Retail and G16 Fabricator of the Year.

This is the third year in a row Solidor has reached the G-Award finals. It won the G15 for Promotional Campaign of the Year – Retail last year.

Solidor has grown very fast in the last twelve months and achieved world-class service levels thanks to significant investment. Customers benefit from 99.2% of deliveries being on time and in full, as well as continued support with a retail campaign that’s driving more and more homeowner leads to installers.

CEO Gareth Mobley says: “We like to help our customers sell more. We generate robust homeowner leads for installers, we make the most secure composite door, and we deliver it on time and in full.

“We’re delighted to be in the finals of these prestigious awards again. They recognise the best in the industry. We’re thrilled to be recognised for creating opportunities for our customers and enabling them to make the most of them. Congratulations to all nominees. We’ll see you in London!”

The G-Awards ceremony is on the 18th November at the Hilton Hotel in Park Lane, London.

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Now part of Masonite International Solidor is the Door Systems Division of DW3 Products Group. Solidor itself has become the go to brand for premium, solid core composite doors, with a reputation for true product innovation and unrivalled marketing.

Residor is the new mid-market GRP composite door and is the most secure of its type in the composite door sector. Like Solidor, it’s offered with the unrivalled3 Star Ultion cylinder as standard, with upgrade opportunities to Lock Lock. Completing the three-tier product strategy is Nicedor, offering quality door panels at a strong price point.

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