Direct Window Supplies has seen sustained growth through 2020, ending the year with significant investment being made in both people and machinery which continues into 2021.
The Swindon based fabricator continues to expand and noted a substantial growth in sales throughout 2020 which exceeded all expectations, driven by partnerships with customers both new and old. To help support continued growth in 2021 an investment of £100k went into new machinery at the end of 2020 and see’s two new top of the line Haffner welders hit the factory floor. The new investments have culminated in both increased production efficiency and the consistency of finished frames.
As the company launches into 2021 full steam ahead, GM Nick Trueman comments: “In what has undoubtedly been one of the most challenging year’s on record for both fabricator and installer alike, I am truly humbled to see such an increase in sales. It highlight’s the trust our customers have placed in us to work with them throughout this turbulent period”.
DWS have challenged what the industry seems to be seeing as the new normal, pushing hard to ensure that not only lead times but prices remain as stable as possible. Nick continues: “Our investment in people and machinery will continue into 2021 to support our ambitious growth plans. We’ve also appointed a new Operations Manager to help us achieve our goals”.
The new Operations Manager Paul Seabright comments: “Having recently joined DWS I bring to the company over 33 years’ experience. I am excited to share in their continued success and future growth plans”
Finally, Nick comments: “I’d like to thank our incredible staff who have stepped up to meet our customers need’s, our trusted supply partners and of course our customers for choosing us as their supplier.”