2014 promises to be an exciting year for Senior. With predictions of accelerating growth for the UK construction industry, the UK’s largest privately owned supplier of window, door and curtain walls to the construction industry is ready to take full advantage of the economic upturn:
Investment for the future
Anticipating the economic recovery, Senior invested heavily in Research & Development throughout 2013 and is looking forward to the release of some very exciting, ground breaking products, which are set to revolutionise the fenestration market.
The company has also committed to invest in more machinery and software across the group, to help manage the expected increase in volume, new products and to provide an even better service.
Strengthened senior management team
To handle the expected growth in 2014, Senior has also announced changes to its senior management team:
- James Keeling-Heane transfers from his post as General Manager at Senior Glass Systems to join the board of Senior Architectural Systems as Sales Director.
- Michelle Damms replaces James and will join the board of Senior Glass Systems as Operations Director.
- Mark Burton from Norking joins Senior Architectural Systems as Paint Line Manager in Denaby to replace Michelle.
Lennart Jonsson, MD at Senior said “At Senior we are determined to make the most of 2014. With our ongoing investment into the company, new products in the pipeline, plus a strengthened management structure, we have everything in place to produce excellent growth in 2014, both for Senior and our customers.”