2015 so far…

2015 is flying by at such a speed that we felt now, 6 months in, is a good time to assess and look back over the year to date.

It has been a busy and positive time for the company – business is increasing, staff numbers are expanding and we look set to open our new Depot in Bristol before the end of the year.

Back in February we exhibited at the Surface Design Show in London which in turn has led to many new business opportunities for Arnold Laver. It provided us, as a company, to show the public that we are much more than timber; we have an extremely wide and varied product range to suit many needs within the construction industry.

Arnold Laver also exhibited at the Harrogate Flower Show in April where our new range of composite decking, Everlast, was on display.

Everlast Decking was launched in the Spring and is a product we are very excited to stock. Made from 100% recycled material with a 25 year guarantee, it is quite a unique product to the market. Available in a range of 4 colours in both deck and tile format, Everlast is a fabulous alternative to creating an outdoor surfaced area.

During May a door safety event was hosted at Sheffield United Football Club in association with Vicaima and Huet. With over 100 people in attendance including guests and speakers, this was a fabulous event enjoyed by all who came. It has recently been confirmed that another event will take place in September at the National Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham.

Continuing with the door theme a training video was also made at our Bradford depot in conjunction with BWF. We look forward to seeing the final product once it leaves the editing suite.

Behind the scenes work has been progressing well across all aspects of the company. New products and partnerships continue to be established which in turn has resulted in a better range of available stock for all customers and clients alike.

With such a positive start to the first half of the year we are looking forward to what the remaining months of 2015 have in store for Arnold Laver.

 

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