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DOORS&WINDOWS FRONTLINE SUPPORT


While Solidor may be regarded as the most innovative and fastest growing composite door manufacturer in the sector, behind the scenes is an impressive team of support staff.


‘We’ve built a team based on expertise and experience, so we can address the exact needs of our customers’


With a company that’s also been built on an overwhelming commitment to customer service, it’s reassuring to know whatever the query or requirement, Solidor are able to respond quickly to the needs of their growing customer network. Te latest recruit to the team is Mandy Shelley as internal sales manager, who co-ordinates activities between the sales managers, customers and internal functions.


Heading up the support function at Solidor is Lee Williams, sales and customer service director, who has been with the company for over 5 years and has experienced at first hand the considerable growth in the business. Dave Jackson is the area sales manager for the south and Dean Foley carries out the same duties for the north. Looking after the internal function for customer service is Cameron Edmonds who has come through the ranks following a successful apprenticeship on the shop floor.


Lee Williams, sales and customer service director comments, “We’ve built a team based on expertise and experience, so we can address the exact needs of our customers. We’re in a people driven business and combined with our unique products, we believe we stand head and shoulders above our competitors.”


For a free copy of the latest brochure call their sales office on 01782 847300, e-mail enquiries@solidor.co.uk or download it from www.solidor.co.uk.


You can also follow them on Twitter @SolidorLtd. SOLIDOR AND UNIVERSAL SHAPE UP


Solidor and Universal Arches have pooled their expertise in composite doors and profile bending respectively, to offer the industry’s first arched top composite doors, available nationwide.


Both companies are well-renowned in their


respected markets for quality and innovation, Solidor for second generation composite doors and Universal Arches for building plastics bending and forming. Solidor has already been using Universal Arches for more than four years, benefitting from the supply of arched combination frames, which take standard shaped door slabs.


‘something new and exciting for the industry’


Both companies have now formalised their


relationship with the announcement of this new product offering which will be available from Solidor, and includes arched and gothic heads to a bespoke size, with the option of 14


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colours inside and out with any door design, including glass and hardware options from the company’s latest 44 page catalogue.


Leon Day, Universal Arches MD said:


“We’re two dynamic players in the glazing industry that have pooled their resources for product development. Te result is a range of arched and gothic head doors that will satisfy this niche, but important market segment.”


Gareth Mobley, Solidor Group MD concludes: “We’re delighted to be able to work with Universal Arches, which is a clear leader in the shaping of PVCu profiles. Together we have developed something new and exciting for the industry and we’re both looking forward to a long and lasting business relationship.”


For further information on Universal Arches log on to www.universalarches.com, call the sales office on 01744 612844 or follow them on Twitter @universalarches. For further information on Solidor, call their sales office on 01782 847300, log on to www.solidor.co.uk, or follow them on Twitter @SolidorLtd.


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