Expansion phase begins at frameXpress as corporate position strengthens

frameXpress Ltd has kicked off the first half of this year with a progressive approach as it enters a major new expansion phase.

As one of the UK’s most well established and well recognised fabricators, the company has instigated extensive development programmes to streamline production and accommodate increase in demand for the entire product range.Recognised as one of the UK’s leading fabricators, frameXpress is set to further establish its corporate position after the appointment of a number of new staff members. At a time when many companies have struggled to maintain positive trading results, frameXpress has sustained a leading market position through quality standards, training and streamlining production.

The team has been bolstered due to the popularity of the products in the frameXpress portfolio. This combined with substantial investments recently made in additional new production floor space of more than 15,000 sq ft, will ensure all departments can accommodate the increase in product demand whilst still providing a premium service.

Internal restructuring and development has been initiated to reinforce customer services with the recruitment of designated Customer Care Co-ordinator Hannah Griffin, as well as other staff additions in the Order Processing department. This will ensure that processing methods are consistently monitored and maintained to the highest standards from placement to final despatch.

Contd…/ Also as part of the company’s commitment to further raise standards, a new HR Manager has been appointed after the retirement of Barry Sumnall. With more than 20 years experience Angela Griffin joins frameXpress and will be solely responsible for evaluating, maintaining and enforcing all health and safety procedures in line with employment law legislation.

A number of investment programmes have been initiated by senior management at the firm over the last few years due to the company’s steady growth. These have helped to reinforce the frameXpress brand in respect of quality, durability and performance.

Stuart Green Director comments, “As with all new staff positions it is important to maintain a good reputation which can only be done with a strong company behind you. This company’s success can be attributed to providing great service and quality products on a consistent basis via a strong and diligent team!”

Ian Davis, Sales Manager comments “frameXpress has a notable reputation for high quality standards and a progressive approach to the industry. Bolstering the team as well as expanding facilities gives even greater scope for development as well as excellent career prospects for the team.”

Stuart Green concludes, “Expansion is essential to provide customers with fast and efficient services in relation to all aspects of this business. The new team will help to strengthen customer relations as our expansion will further improve services and delivery.”

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