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An Exeter-based roof design and manufacturing specialist has increased turnover by 400 per cent in the year to date, supported by a six-figure funding package from Lloyds Bank.
Plytech supplies flat roofing products for residential and commercial customers.
The company and purchased a new office, training and warehouse space just before lockdown with the support of a £200,000 loan from Lloyds Bank.
The new premises have provided the business with the space to continue designing and trading at reduced capacity during the pandemic, while adhering to social distancing measures.
Plytech has also developed its website to accommodate an increase in online orders and has hired a new graduate e-commerce specialist to help maintain this as lockdown eases. It is also hiring for a newly created customer service role to help meet demand.
The business has experienced a significant spike in domestic orders from people prioritising home improvements during lockdown, which has led to residential turnover rising from £49,000 to £240,000 compared to this time last year.
It was also able to continue supplying roofing for affordable housing in Penarth, Wales, as part of a prestigious £3m development in partnership with Vale of Glamorgan Council.
Marc King, managing director of Plytech…
Shelving with a real concrete look and texture created using LightBeton panels is a standout feature at the new Barkers store in Mount Maunganui.
LightBeton, an MDF panel from Plytech featuring a 2mm concrete surface was part of the materials palette used to achieve the industrial design concept for the Barkers retail outlet at the Bayfair Shopping Centre. Barkers is a classic Kiwi fashion brand with a nationwide network of stores offering high-quality men’s clothing.
LightBeton combines the characteristic texture of real concrete and the ease of use of MDF panels. The design concept for the Barkers store sought to achieve an industrial aesthetic using concrete, stone and timber surfaces.
LightBeton panels with a real concrete surface were used for the shelving throughout the store. The concrete surface on the MDF panel features irregular surface holes and authentic concrete characteristics for a true concrete look. The panels also incorporate an HPL back for balance.
Brian Harris from Harris Quality Woodwork Ltd was engaged to supply the bespoke shelving for the store. He used LightBeton in Urban Grey to create a total of forty 1200mm shelves and thirty 600mm shelves.
“LightBeton looks more like concrete than any other product we’d seen…