SupaLite has welcomed customers from across the country to Preston for its annual fabricator conference.
Hosted by SupaLite’s new MD Steve Hacking,the conference recapped on what has reportedly been a successful year for the business and its trade partner network. The event also saw a number of new developments unveiled.
The company launched its new-look Registered Fabricator Scheme, now endorsed by Corgi Fenestration.
Attendees also saw the launch of Supalite’s Registered Installer Scheme, which also operates in conjunction with Corgi Fenestration. Offering the same benefits of Corgi Fenestration registration, the installer scheme aims to promote the best SupaLite installers across the country and provides a full range of support from free sales leads to the option of SupaLite micro websites. Installers will be able to notify their work to Corgi Fenestration via Supalite’s online portal saving the need for any double entry.
The SupaLite scheme also provides Building Regulations approval; customers will now be able to submit applications, supporting documents and photography via SupaLite’s online portal.
“It’s great to finally break cover with our new Registered Fabricator and Installer Schemes which are already generating a fantastic response,” Steve Hacking said. “This is the result of months of hard work between SupaLite and Corgi Fenestration to deliver two schemes, which really adds value to our customers and their businesses.”
SupaLite also crowned Stafford uPVC Windows as its Fabricator of the Year for 2018, which saw SupaLite sales increase by 100%.