Synseal Group won more than 30% in a category of 10 including Deceunick Ltd and Selecta Systems Ltd. Synseal’s nomination centred around two big PVC-U projects conducted in 2017: the One White project and the roll-out of their 30% recycled EnviroCore technology.
Andy Jones, Group Sales and Marketing Director at Synseal Group, said:
“With a customer base of more than 350 fabricators, we have one of the largest PVC-U networks in the UK and extruded more than 31 million metres of profile last year. Alongside this production, we rolled out two major projects, introduced to make it even easier for our customers to do business with us.
“The first, our One White project, is just coming to completion and will give our customers a colour match guarantee across all our white PVC-U products including all profiles, ancillary products and conservatory roof profiles from our Global and K2 ranges. Over the years we have acquired a number of brands with a number of different white shades, so this investment will enable our customers to confidently mix and match between the best of our product ranges.
“In addition, we have finished rolling out our EnviroCore technology to our Shield, Legend and SynerJy profiles. This is a 30% premium recycled core, using reprocessed post-production waste to create a real quality recycled product to help us and our customers to reduce their carbon footprint.
“I’d like to take this opportunity to thank our customers and their installers who voted for us in this category and for recognising the steps we’re taking to further improve our PVC-U product range.”
The National Fenestration Awards are digital awards held online and are voted for by people within the industry. A winners event for the 2017 winners will take place early in 2018, where Synseal Group will join their customer Premier Conservatory Supplies, who won Conservatory Roof Fabricator and whose apprentice, James Haselden, just beat Synseal’s marketing assistant Katherine Taylor to win Young Person of the Year.