Freefoam, the leading roofline, rainwater and cladding manufacturer, has reported a strong increase in year-on-year sales.
The company says its impressive performance is due to an innovative product range and a policy of working closely with customers to help them grow.
Colin St. John, Freefoam’s Commercial Director, expressed his delight at the results, in what he described as a ‘difficult year for roofline and fenestration’.
“Our mission is to help customers grow and achieve success. It’s how we operate our business.
“Freefoam has a clear stockist-only policy and provides them with the products, service, technical, commercial and marketing support to help customers build profitable businesses.
“We’ve made #HelpingCustomersGrow our official policy because it’s what we have always done, and it works.
“Our customers continue to outperform their markets, and when they grow, we grow. That’s true in the UK and in France, Ireland and other countries in the EU.
“Twenty years ago, we invested in our UK head office, factory and warehouse and distribution centre in Northampton and have continued to invest and expand it.
“Regardless of the current political turmoil, the work we’re doing together means that we expect our customers and Freefoam to grow strongly throughout 2019.”
Freefoam offers customers a range of marketing packages and POS and also provides quality leads to its installer customer base via two customer-facing sites: www.myrooflinematters.co.uk and www.mycladding.co.uk.
The company works closely with stockists and offers strategic advice and support for those seeking to expand and buy new branches, or for those looking to be acquired.
Freefoam Building Products,
77-83 St James Mill Road,
Tel: 01604 591110
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