G13 award shortlisting puts Glassolutions in frame to retain its crown

Last year’s G12 Glass Company of the Year award winner GLASSOLUTIONS has been shortlisted again this year for the G13 award, opening the door for the company to become the first in the awards’ history to retain its crown in this category.

During 2013, GLASSOLUTIONS – the UK’s leading glass processor, distributor, installer and repairer – has continued to build on its unique market position following its Solaglas to GLASSOLUTIONS rebrand twelve months earlier.A busy year of pioneering initiatives has seen the company become the first glass company to introduce Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) data for its core product range and also open up an Innovation Centre in the heart of London.This provides a convenient facility for architects in particular to keep up to speed with the latest developments in glass products and solutions.

Mike Butterick, GLASSOLUTIONS marketing director said: “We’re thrilled to make the shortlist again this year for the prestigious Glass Company of the Year award.  It is excellent news for everyone involved and reflects the enormous effort that the team has put in over the last 12 months to continue our evolution.

“Looking ahead into 2014, we are extremely excited about the opportunities that our groundwork during this year will open up across all our markets.  From the new developments in our façade design and installation operations, to the continued expansion of our interior glazing range and working ever more closely with fabricators to drive up domestic WERs, we will continue to add value to our customers.”

Winners will be announced on Friday 29th November at the awards ceremony at central London’s exclusive Hilton Park Lane Hotel hosted by Dara O’Briain.

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Date: 10 October 2013
Source: www.glassolutions.co.uk

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