At the recent GGF Members’ Day, Holdens-SupaSeal was the recipient a special award from GGF President, John Agnew, to mark its outstanding contribution to the industry, spanning 88 years.
As a Founder Member of the GGF, Holdens was established in 1930, with Holdens-Supaseal later being formed in 1977.
The company is still an independent, family-owned business; now in its fourth generation, Holdens-Supaseal has sustained its longevity through customer focused product development, quality of work and impressive levels of customer service within the glazing industry.
Cheryl Biggs, HR Manager of Holdens-SupaSeal, commented: “We are delighted to have received this award from the GGF on Members’ Day.
“It’s a real honour to have the hard work, care, and enterprise of all our staff recognised, especially in memory of my granddad, as we would not be where we are today without his great work.
“This is a fantastic achievement for our business that truly marks our contribution to the industry in terms of maintaining high quality product standards and service.”
The GGF always takes pleasure in recognising the work and landmarks its Members achieve, so was delighted to award Holdens-SupaSeal with this award.
John Agnew, GGF President commented on Holdens-SupaSeal’s award: “They have been with the GGF since the Federation started and their attention to delivering high quality work and service has been integral to their longevity and success.”
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