Hoarding solutions innovator Plasloc appoints new Director

  • 30 Jul 2018

Innovative hoarding suppliers Plasloc have appointed a new Director, with Leigh Matthews being promoted to the role.

Leigh has over 15 years experience in the construction industry, having headed up a number of projects exceeding £5m before joining Plasloc, who have feature heavily in major infrastructure and construction projects.

Alongside Finance Director Andy Murray, he will be driving the company forward who have recently posted record trading figures with revenue up 30%, courtesy of a raft of new contract wins and growth amongst its existing client base.

Leigh Matthews commented: “I am absolutely delighted to have been promoted to the role of Director at Plasloc and I am hugely excited about driving the business forward in the future.

“Working with such a unique product truly sets us apart and the industry has really embraced what we do.

“We have managed to attract some huge clients, including the likes of Amazon, Morrisons, Dyson and the BBC, who have all been absolutely blown away by our hoardings.

“In the last 12 months we have also worked on so many complex projects, which we are extremely proud of. I am looking forward to helping the company have another successful 12 months.”

The company was founded in 2007 by MD Steve Matthews, who identified a gap in the market for a cost-effective, sustainable, and innovative hoardings solution.

Plasloc has gone on to gain a well-deserved reputation for producing an incredibly versatile product,  suitable for any environment, both internal or external.

Designed for quick installation and easy removal, the environmentally friendly hoardings appear clean and light and can be customised with corporate colours or printed graphics.

Plasloc’s customer list includes Channel 4, St Thomas’s hospital and the University of Cambridge, among others.

To date, Plasloc has been an essential component in over 5660 different projects and has also established a network of more than 300 different clients.

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