Freefoam congratulate outstanding suppliers

Date: 2 February 2011
Source: Freefoam Building Products
Freefoam Building Products, the leading manufacturer of PVC building products for the Irish, UK and Mainland European markets congratulates three of its outstanding UK  suppliers in a recent ceremony.

Presentations were made to Profoil Ltd, Hi Tec Ltd and Stan Robinson Transport by Colin St John, UK General Manager to awknowledge all three companies for their support and valuable contribution towards Freefoam’s success.

Profoil Ltd provide woodgrain foiling for Freefoam PVC-U boards in a range of four finishes, Hi -tech supply forklift trucks to the warehouse operation and Stan Robinson Haulage provide the transport and logistics to Freefoam customers throughout the UK.  Colin Deans, Managing Director Profoil Ltd commented “We are honoured to receive this award.  We have worked with Freefoam for 12 years and seen the company grow and develop.  It’s been a pleasure to be a part of that growth and we look forward to working with Freefoam for many years to come”

Colin St John, UK General Manager summarised  “Suppliers are a key part of our business – we see them as our partners and value the role they play in both our day to day operations and long terms plans. We work together to ensure we have in place an infrastructure that consistently helps us deliver our promises to our customers. These relationships have developed over time and we wanted to thank them for the contribution that they have made to our success in the UK.”

600450 Freefoam congratulate outstanding suppliers
Date: 2 February 2011
Source: Freefoam Building Products

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