Premier Arches reaches the finals of prestigious Liverpool award
Posted on 07/05/2022
Arched frame specialist Premier Arches has been named a finalist in the Liverpool Echo Regional Business Awards, in recognition of the company’s exceptional manufacturing quality and commitment to outstanding customer service.
Now in their 25th year, the awards are the biggest and longest standing business awards in the Merseyside region, recognising successful businesses across all sectors, with previous winners some of the biggest names in Liverpool’s business world, including Jaguar Land Rover and shipping tycoon Sir Michael Bibby.
This year, Premier Arches is one of three companies to make the finals in the ‘Business of the Year’ category.
The company manufactures arched, angled, gable, circular and entirely bespoke windows and doors in a range of seven stocked systems including Residence 9, plus another five non-stocked systems, offering a full service to fabricators, trade counters, installers and local builders.
Managing Director Sean Greenall explains: “When it comes to profile bending, most PVC fabricators simply don’t have the time, the tools, or the expertise to carry this out in-house, and so our goal with Premier Arches is to make that entire process simpler. And we do that following our three core principles – exceptional manufacturing quality, clear and honest customer service, and a ‘make life easier’ offering.
“It’s a real honour to be named a finalist in the Liverpool Echo Regional Business Awards – a true testament to the hard work and dedication put in to Premier Arches and delivering the best possible products and services to our valuable customers.
“We’ve invested so much into the business in the past few years, and to be recognised for that, as well as for our contribution to Merseyside’s economy, is a real privilege. I’d like to take this opportunity to thank the judges, and to wish our fellow finalists the very best of luck.”
Winners of the Liverpool Echo Regional Business Awards will be announced at a ceremony on Thursday 26th May at Liverpool’s Titanic Hotel.