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Kestrel products fly at Scotplas

Even more Kestrel UPVC roofline products are taking the high road to Scotland thanks to a new distributor near Glasgow.

The newly-opened Scotplas Trade Centre in Bellshill has become the latest distributor of the Kestrel line – and it’s hardly a wee selection to choose from either.

Scotplas business director Graham Hotchkiss has worked in the building plastics industry for almost a decade and decided that Kestrel would be the ideal brand to launch in the trade centre.

He said: “I’ve a lot of experience of Kestrel products and they have always been reliable.

“Added to that, Kestrel offers a real breadth of products from window trims to fascias, cladding and soffits, in different colours and finishes, which means we can offer our customers a wide choice.”

Kestrel sales and marketing director Owen Thorogood said: “We are delighted to add Scotplas to our ever-growing list of distributors and welcome their positive feedback on the range of products we can offer customers north of the border.

“We look forward to working with them as our range continually grows and develops and can assure them of the very best service and products on the market.”


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Kestrel-BCE

Based in Lincolnshire, Kestrel Building Products works in partnership with housing associations, local authorities, architects, distributors and installers.

The company supplies one of the widest ranges of PVC-UE building products in the world. The Kestrel range extends to over 800 products, the majority of which are BBA and BS Kitemark approved.

All Kestrel products are manufactured within an ISO9000 quality management system and within an environmental management system which satisfies the requirements of BS EN ISO 14001:2004.

During the last five years Kestrel has invested more than £10 million in new manufacturing technology and equipment.

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