Hardware supplier AT Precision has doubled its turnover in the past 12 months.
Sales Director Michael Hewitt commented: “In the summer, we’d seen a 342% sales increase since we opened our doors in February 2020, but in the past six months, we’ve gone above and beyond to double our turnover, and I’m extremely proud of how far the business has come, despite the many difficulties across the board.”
Michael attributes the success to careful investments, which includes a factory expansion to 18,000 square feet, as well as the introduction of two new extrusion lines.
This has enabled the Durham-based company to increase both production and capacity, meaning they are able to store at least three months’ worth of stock on their premises at all times.
2021 also saw the company further expand its product portfolio with a range of plastic ancillaries, including injection-moulded cill end caps and adapter caps, available in black and anthracite grey.
In addition, the company also recently invested £60K in a new range of espagnolette window handles.
Michael concluded: “We’ve enjoyed considerable growth in the past 12 months, and while favourable market conditions have of course played a role in that, our success would not have been possible without the ongoing investment in our products and services.