SafeGuard hits record sales month

Date: 8 December 2016

Glass and glazing specialist SafeGuard is pleased to report that October has hit record figures.

Celebrating 21 years in business this year, the company has also seen sales figures increase by 20% month on month in some cases and year to date sales are up 15%.

“We are delighted to be having such a fantastic year,” explains Nick Welsh, Managing Director of SafeGuard. “2016 has certainly been unsettled in terms of the wider economy and political decisions, but as a business we have remained focussed on what we do and who we do it for.  We haven’t once lost sight of our desire to deliver quality products to happy customers – and that has definitely paid off.

“As well as working with a number of new customers, we are also pleased to see that our existing customers have seen increased demand. We work hard to ensure we are developing our product portfolio in order to deliver on what the market needs, but we never do that to the detriment of our existing offering.  Just recently we were announced as the first company in the UK to achieve EN1279 Parts 2 and 3 across our range of CLARITY Classic heritage IGUs. This success was the result of 18 months hard work and determination to get the product right, whilst still continuing to meet customer expectations, of which we are extremely proud.  Our customers can rely on us to provide excellent quality and service and we are delighted that our efforts are paying off for us and our customers.”

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