Framexpress reports record year
On top of celebrating a quarter of a century in business in 2023, Framexpress has also reported the year as its most successful on record.
At the start of 2023, the Telford-based fabricator set out ambitious targets to increase revenue by 10%.
In addition to a £300,000 investment into new machinery; an ever-expanding workforce; multiple new customers; an additional 15,000ft² manufacturing facility space; and the launch of its new fire door range, Framexpress reported a 16% uplift in revenue in 2023, compared to the previous year.
Stuart Green, joint managing director at Framexpress, commented: “2023 was definitely a year to remember for us. Not only did we reach a significant milestone with our 25th anniversary, but the business grew more than we could have ever imagined.
“We know that the industry has been extremely volatile throughout the year. We’ve sadly seen many businesses fall, but there were also many that thrived, and we’re incredibly grateful to be one of them.”
“Our performance in 2023 exceeded our targets and then some,” said Mark Westbrook, Framexpress’ joint managing director. “We not only credit the relationships we have taken the time to build with our customers over the past 25 years, but we have always recognised the value in continuing to invest back into the business, too.
“We know that without the right machinery, a well-resourced facility and the right team members, we wouldn’t be seeing the results we have achieved over the past year. It is a testament to our team and our dedication to providing our customers with nothing but the highest-quality products, and it is something we will continue to strive for in 2024.”
With the expansion of its manufacturing facilities over the past 12 months, Framexpress now operate in a 65,000 ft² premises, which is helping to meet the demand of its increasingly popular range of window and doors.