Euramax Solutions Gearing Up for GrowthPosted on: April 29, 2022
A leading manufacturer of uPVC windows and doors for the modular and offsite construction sectors is gearing up for 12 months of ambitious growth.
Euramax Solutions, a Modular Group Investments (MGI) company that also supplies to national builders’ merchants and new build and holiday home markets, is growing rapidly thanks to high demand.
A plan to grow by more than 35% in the next 12 months is in place, with everything from supporting and extending its existing customer base, investment, recruitment and net zero a focus to help achieve it.
Emma Chapman, Euramax Solutions’ new Business Unit Director, explained: “After a successful first quarter of 2022 we are in a position to push forward with our growth plans for the next 12 months.
“We have rapidly grown into the modular sector and are currently targeting more partnerships in the modular and merchant world while continuing to strengthen our support for our customers. We are also looking to invest in new machinery so we can not only continue to make our high-volume products but bespoke ones as well.”
Recruitment and staff retention and an emphasis on Euramax Solutions journey to reduce its carbon footprint will also be important, according to Emma.
“Due to the growth we intend to make, we need to make sure that we have got the personnel in place to help us succeed, so we will be looking at doing another recruitment drive,” added Emma. “We are also focussed on our net zero journey and our plans to reduce carbon, which will reduce costs.
“We’re in a growth period and we’re in a great position – and it’s only going one way and that’s upwards.”
MGI CEO Nick Cowley said: “One of the reasons we acquired Euramax Solutions at the beginning of last year was because we recognised its potential and its ambitious growth plans are hugely exciting for the future.
“The UK offsite and modular sector is only going to get bigger and both Euramax Solutions and MGI will be at the forefront.”
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