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Bison supports local music scene with sponsorship of up and coming band

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Trade fabricator Bison Frames is a company with strong roots in its local community. So when the opportunity arose to get behind and sponsor the up and coming local band ‘The Sherlocks’, Bison were more than happy to help. Mark Tetley, Bison’s Sales Director, says, “We’re proud to be a company that offers local support and want to see the community thrive. Our growing business means we’re already doing our bit for the local economy and by sponsoring The Sherlocks we can do our bit for the local music scene too.” The Sherlocks hail from Bolton on Dearne, just down.

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Bison growth results in new investment

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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.

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Bison Frames celebrates 40% year-on-year growth

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Specialist fabricator Bison Frames is celebrating a strong start to 2014: sales are up 40% on the same period last year. Mark Tetley, Bison’s Managing Director said, “We are delighted with these results, which we attribute to a strong and innovative portfolio of value-added products and an excellent range of back-up services.” 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.

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The Window Co Installs Upvc Sash Windows In Conservation Area

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We Installed Upvc Sash Windows in Heaton Mersey Manchester for a customer who after doing a google search for Sash Windows in Manchester came across us. She loved the pictures on our website of the sash windows & the general feel for our company so decided to give us a call. They wanted sash windows to keep the original look of the house as the windows that were in at present had been changed from the original box sash to softwood casements & didn’t do anything for the look of the Victorian terrace. They lived in a conservation area so.

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PVCu can suit Grade II!

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PVCu can suit Grade II! Bison Frames launches petition to get English Heritage and local planning authorities to embrace aesthetically sensitive PVCu windows Trade fabricator Bison Frames has just launched an online petition on the campaigning website 38 Degrees to encourage English Heritage and local planning authorities to accept high quality period-look windows in Grade II listed building renovations and in buildings in conservation areas. Mark Tetley, Bison’s Director, says, “Many people who live in Grade II listed buildings and conservation areas have to endure ill fitting, cold and drafty windows or suffer the cost of expensive replacement timber windows.

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Bison Frames invests to sustain strong sales growth

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Trade fabricator Bison Frames has seen impressive sales growth of 55% year on year. For Mark Tetley, the Director of the company, while this is news worth celebrating he is also looking at ways to maintain the strong sales. “We’ve seen excellent growth in the past year. We want to sustain that growth, so we have just made considerable investment in new production machinery.” Bison has invested in several pieces of machinery: a four-headed welder and automatic bead saw from Promac and a CNC main saw from Wigoma. Mark says, “Our business is built on supplying quality products on an.

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