Following a record breaking year, arched and angled frame specialists Premier Arches has been named a finalist in the prestigious Scale-Up Awards.
The St Helens-based company has been nominated for the ‘Manufacturing Excellence’ Award, a highly coveted category that recognises businesses with a world-class manufacturing ethos, outstanding productivity, and business performance to match.
Organised by Business Leader, a leading media company for entrepreneurs, CEOs and investors, the Scale-Up Awards celebrate high-growth companies, and are overseen by an independent panel of judges that includes Dragon’s Den investor Touker Suleyman, PensionBee Co-founder Jonathan Lister Parsons, and many other esteemed business figures.
The nomination follows a record breaking year for Premier Arches, with increasing demand across its entire product range, which includes arched, angled, gable, circular and entirely bespoke windows and doors in a range of systems.
To support this rising demand, Premier Arches has made several investments in the past 12 months, and has stuck by its three core business principles of outstanding quality, clear and honest customer service, and a make life easier offering.
Managing Director Sean Greenall comments: “We are absolutely delighted to have been shortlisted in the Scale-Up Awards’ Manufacturing Excellence category. It’s a real testament to the dedication of our entire team, as well as the commitment and loyalty of our valued customers.
“Despite a challenging time for the industry as a whole, we’ve seen our most successful year yet, thanks to both our unique product offering which takes the hassle out of profile bending, and our commitment to delivering the highest-quality products matched with unwavering customer service.
“It’s incredibly humbling to see Premier Arches being recognised by leading investors and the wider business community, and I’d like to take this opportunity to wish our fellow finalists the very best of luck.”
Winners of the Scale-Up Awards will be announced at a gala dinner on the 3rd of November at London’s Tobacco Dock.