#COVID-19 UPDATE

To All Our Customers

We have taken the difficult decision to temporarily suspend operations until further notice due to the ongoing threat of COVID – 19. This is in response to the expert advice and Government announcements over in recent days. We are working on safe delivery methods to allow the completion of key construction projects where needed in the future. We will continue to seek advice on how we can support our customers during this difficult period and we will review our operating policy as the government advice evolves. As the current situation is so dynamic and changeable, we will review our position on a regular basis and advise you immediately as the situation changes.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your continued support and understanding during this difficult unprecedented period.
We will update you again shortly, but in the meantime please follow the government guidelines closely and keep safe.

Polyframe – Yorkshire Post Excellence in Business Awards

Polyframe has been shortlisted in the ‘Companies between £10m and £50m’ category, recognising its phenomenal growth over recent years.  The newspaper’s high profile awards are designed to highlight the strength of the region’s business community and, as the organisers say, to ‘show that the spirit of enterprise is alive and well in God’s Own Country’.

 

One of the key factors in Polyframe’s nomination this year is the recent opening of its fifth factory in Halifax which will create around 300 jobs in the Yorkshire town.  It has also been recognised for the success of both its dedicated composite door factory, which opened in Mansfield in 2013, and its Northern Ireland factory in Portadown, which is successfully targeting the trade markets across Ireland and Scotland.

 

The winners of the prestigious Yorkshire Post awards will be announced at a ceremony to be held in Leeds on October 30.  It will be hosted by BBC journalist Justin Webb and the keynote speaker will be Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, Iain Duncan Smith.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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