Window as well as door manufacturing outlet Polyframe Group Limited took the right decision to seek the advice of a law advisory enterprise called Bond Dickinson LLP in order to see what the building and construction enterprise could do to increase its turnout and annual revenue in the years to come. Indeed, representing the manufacturing business and its main investing mogul Cairngorm Capital, the experts of the rule of law at Bond Dickinson were able to secure a number of lucrative contractual deals that will mean that the company will significantly prosper as the years go on. By conducting its trade deals under a new name known as Customade, the manufacturing company has been blessed with acquiring the opportunity to gain annual revenues that will pass the £100 million mark as well as a greater amount of employees at their ready and more produce to sell to its expanding client base.
Thanks to Bond Dickinson’s services, Cairngorm Capital and Polyframe will benefit from the company receiving a major influx of new staff that will total 900 new employment opportunities as well as greater opportunities for the company to increase its variety of windows and doors to an enthusiastic public demand. Having advised them over the last year, it is clear that Bond Dickinson are able and very capable as a law firm in securing major new deals for companies in construction, building or other manufacturing industries to ensure that they grow and expand in the ways that they want to.
Indeed, John Naylor-Leland at Cairngorm Capital emphasized that the hard work and lucidity of Simon Pilling and his team at Bond Dickinson helped them immensely over the course of the last few months and is pleased that they as a law firm understood all the pitfalls and angles of securing deals and investment opportunities in the building and construction industry as a whole.