Genesis VS fabricator, Bison Frames, have enjoyed a strong 2014 with sales consistently outstripping targets. Due to their year on year growth, the company have invested in two new Maxi Mover vehicles to keep pace with delivery demands.
The two new Maxi Mover vehicles were built and developed to Bison’s exacting specifications and have been liveried with the distinctive Genesis product branding. The Maxi Movers are low loaders at just 600mm from the floor and the inside has been specifically designed to safely transport their complete product range.
Mark Tetley, Director at Bison said, “We’re delighted that we’ve needed to make this investment, because it’s another indication that we’ve got our market offering right and our business is growing as a result.”
One of the reasons for Bison’s strong growth is the Genesis sliding sash window, which has taken the market by storm. The window is a result of extensive research and development to take the vertical slider to a whole new level of authenticity. The Genesis window has a truly traditional appearance thanks to its jointed (not welded) frame and sash and the use of period hardware and a complete range of heritage finishes. The window has achieved the seemingly impossible – acceptance for use on Grade II listed buildings and in Conservation Areas – and has attracted a great deal of interest, not to mention sales, as a result.
With innovation in the form of products such as Genesis and attention to detail as shown in the purpose-designed vans, it’s hardly surprising that sales are growing and more and more companies find out how much Bison has to offer.