Deeside timber frames group constructs solid sales

A timber systems manufacturer based in the north-east is to continue its expansion into central Scotland and England as it looks to build on last year's record financial performance.

Deeside Timberframe is looking to build on its record performance last year. Picture: Contributed
Deeside Timberframe is looking to build on its record performance last year. Picture: Contributed

Deeside Timberframe – part of Aberdeenshire’s Bancon Group – said it was “reaping the rewards” of investment in additional resources in the Central Belt and north-west of England with some 60 per cent of its business generated out with its home territory.

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The firm, which recorded sales of £23 million during 2015 and manufactures in Stonehaven and Stirling, has secured sales of £16m so far this year, including deals with a number of main contractors and private developers covering the affordable housing, private housing and commercial sectors.

Managing director John Wright said: “Despite tough market conditions here in the north-east, trading in the region remains strong with a healthy order book and an extremely high level of enquiries.”