Kaliber Group acquires Universal Arches

David Richards, Leon Day and Chris Powell
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David Richards, Leon Day and Chris Powell | Photo: www.katuk.co.uk
Kaliber Group has acquired Universal Arches, adding a further niche market leader to its group of PVCu and aluminium specialist businesses.

Kaliber Group, owner of leading doors and windows manufacturer, KAT, plus Ayrshire Aluminium and Spitfire Doors, has acquired Universal Arches, adding a further niche market leader to its group of PVCu and aluminium specialist businesses.

With forecasts showing continued growth in the home improvement sector over the next three to five years, Kaliber Group is increasing its fenestration market foothold to provide an extensive portfolio of specialist and aspirational quality door and window products.


Leading PVCu profile bending company in the UK

Universal Arches is the leading PVCu profile bending company in the UK. Profitably trading for over 25 years, the company has established an enviable reputation for reliable quality and excellent service.

The firm will continue to operate from its St. Helens, Merseyside base and there are ambitious growth plans for the business.

Leon Day, managing director, Universal Arches, will step down from his role to become a consultant to the business. He stated: ‘I am delighted that my business is joining the Kaliber Group because it will open up further markets for Universal Arches and I know my team will rise to the challenge. I will continue to be involved and I am very excited about Universal Arches’ next chapter.

Kaliber Group recently acquired Ayrshire Shopfronts in Kilmarnock, Scotland to enhance its product range and services in both the commercial and residential sectors. 

At FIT this week, sister company, KAT, announced an exclusive partnership with European market leading aluminium window and door systems extruder, Kawneer, to bolster its trade residential product offering.


KAT welcomes Universal Arches into the group

Universal ArchesChris Powell, managing director, KAT, commented: “I am delighted to welcome Universal Arches into our group because it not only allows KAT to extend an already extensive product portfolio but it will also allow both businesses to provide a more comprehensive, joined up service, to both customer groups.”

David Richards, chairman, Kaliber Group, added: “The strategic acquisition of Universal Arches is exciting because we have added another niche market leader with a talented and committed workforce to our group of specialist but inter-related window and door businesses.”

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