Strong sales growth for Eurocell

Eurocell has reported that it ended 2021 with strong sales across the year, reflecting ‘good levels’ of underlying trade and consumer demand.

Sales of both extruded profiles and building plastics are said to have grown as the repair, maintenance and improvement market, house building, and consumer-driven outdoor living trends have continued to fuel growth.

Highlights for Eurocell in 2021 included receiving the London Stock Exchange’s Green Economy Mark. This is awarded to companies that derive more than 50% of their revenues from environmental solutions and reflects contributions to the global green economy.

The completion of the company’s new state-of-the-art warehouse in Alfreton is another milestone for the business. The facility will be key to delivering further improvements in operational efficiencies and will help to expand manufacturing extrusion capacity.

Mark Kelly, CEO for Eurocell, commentd: “The positive sales trends for profiles and building plastics have continued through the year which has reflected good underlying demand in our markets. We are taking effective action to mitigate ongoing cost inflation and current supply chain pressures. As a result, we are on track to deliver profit before tax for the full year in line with market expectations.

“It is also welcome to see that our long-term commitment to creating sustainable product solutions has been recognised with the prestigious London Stock Exchange Green Economy Award.  It is further evidence that we continue to lead our sector when it comes to understanding and delivering on our environmental responsibilities.

“Finally, the successful opening of our expanded warehouse and manufacturing facility is great news for our nationwide network of fabricators and installers.  We are now even better placed to meet market demands and work with the trade to support them as they secure enhanced business building opportunities.”