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IKO Polymeric up for Material Supplier of the Year at Specialists Awards

  • 28 Nov 2016

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IKO Polymeric has been shortlisted as a finalist in the 2017 Construction News Specialists Awards in the ‘Material Supplier of the Year’ category.

The company was selected by judges based on three merits: its energy-efficient eight-camera packaging line; its bespoke roll lengths developed to reduce both installation time and waste; and its ‘zero-waste’ pre-fabricated composite roof panel Armourdek.

A 56 member judging panel will decide the winners, before they are announced on 22nd March 2017 at a ceremony at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London.

Coney Green Business Park
Coney Green Road
Clay Cross
Chesterfield
S45 9HZ

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01257 488000

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