Stability, service and reliability – three key reasons why two leading PVCu door and window fabricators have renewed their long term supply agreements with the UK’s foremost profile manufacturer, VEKA plc.
Andrew Wright Ltd, based in Irvine, Ayrshire has signed a five-year contract, with Paramount Windows opting for a three-year option. Both founder members of Network VEKA, the fabricators are confident of reinforcing a solid and strong trading relationship with VEKA, with the added benefits of excellent service and price stability over the long range.
“We have been with VEKA for a long time and have every confidence in the quality of the product and the levels of service that we have always received,” comments Charlie Berry of Andrew Wright. “By entering this long term supply agreement, we are committing to VEKA and demonstrating the value of partnering. We have a successful relationship with the supplier and the quality of VEKA’s range meets our own exacting standards to provide the best doors and windows to our customers.”
Both Andrew Wright and Paramount work predominantly with the commercial sectors as well as supplying to the trade and retail. “Our price stability within the long term supply agreement is of direct benefit to fabricators’ customers,” comments Colin Torley of VEKA. “We have always enjoyed a strong relationship with these two companies and we are delighted that they have taken advantage of this service, which represents a mutual trust, as we will only supply to companies that can meet and sustain our high values in terms of both product range and service.”
Eddie McGrath, Managing Director of Manchester based Paramount, sees the value of renewing his agreement for a further three years. “We have been using VEKA exclusively for the past twelve years,” he says. “Quality is the most important issue for us as a manufacturing company and we rely upon the very best suppliers to maintain our reputation for excellence. Renewing the agreement was a natural option to ensure our future productivity and growth.”