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Eurocell scoops two NFAs

by Sophie Stevens

Provider of PVC-U building products, Eurocell, has been awarded two accolades at the recent National Fenestration Awards (NFAs), an independent ceremony designed to recognise and reward companies within the UK fenestration sector. 

Beating off tough competition in the sector, the Eurocell team were pleased to scoop the awards for ‘Systems Company’ and ‘Trade Counter’ of the year for a second time.

With the brand’s branch expansion plan over the past 12 months adding numerous new trade outlets to the network, Eurocell says the ‘Trade Counter’ award has been a great way to round-off the success of Eurocell’s growing brand presence across the country.

Eurocell says the ‘Systems Company’ award highlights the ‘high-quality components and craftsmanship’ involved with the creation of the brand’s profile systems, including its Logik and Aspect door systems. 

Andy McDonnell, MD of Eurocell Building Plastics, commented: “We are thrilled to hear that we’ve had another successful year, as recognised by the professionals, at the NFA Awards 2021.

“After another challenging 12 months for the industry, it’s such a big achievement to be awarded first place in the ‘Trade Counter’ and ‘Systems Company’ categories, where the hard work from our team has been rewarded. 

“We want to send our thanks to those who voted for Eurocell throughout the awards process, and with more exciting plans for 2022 coming up, we look forward to seeing what next year has to bring for our team.”

Ian Kemp, sales director for Eurocell Profiles added: “We have maintained a significant level of investment across our extrusion, foiling and recycling operations, [and brought] new products to market such as the Syncro patio which will benefit our customers in the future. 

“We are seen as the market leader in the use of recycled materials and are active in creating pull-through specifications for our customer, which has been recognised within this award.” 

www.eurocell.co.uk

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