Fabricator of the Year Winner at G13 Annual Awards Ceremony

In December 2013, the team at SWC Trade Frames were absolutely delighted to pick up the coveted Fabricator of the Year Award at the Industry’s leading Glass & Glazing Awards.

The trophy was presented to business owner Paul Richings & Managing Director Susan Richings at the glittering Awards Presentation and Gala Dinner in central London hosted by comedian and television presenter Dara O’Briain.

SWC is a family-run, progressive business with a clear vision to maintain & grow the business through innovation. The Company has been successfully trading in Scarborough, North Yorkshire for more than 25 years. The company has continued flourish year-upon-year since it was established in 1989.

SWC has grown as a result of investment, through continuous improvement and the deliverance of quality of service, marketing and technical expertise. This in turn has benefited SWC’s trade customers, whose businesses have grown over the years by working closely together. This approach helped SWC achieve substantial growth – manufacturing in excess of 1000 frames per week.

SWC has always moved forward from a position of strength. Continuous investment in machinery, people and work process technology has always been a core focus for the company and in 2010, an initial investment of £1.3M allowed the business to relocate to a larger 70,000 sq ft site to improve operational efficiency and customer service.

SWC’s partnering approach with stakeholders, customers, suppliers and local community is unparalleled in the industry. SWC firmly believes that building long-standing relationships is key to its success. More than half of SWC’s customers have traded with SWC for more than 15 years, buying across the entire range. Of our 100 + committed employees, more than a third have clocked up well over a decade of service!

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