The importance of supporting local industries has never been more paramount. As the global supply chain experiences disruptions, the value of locally-sourced and manufactured products becomes evident. TruFrame, a leading name in the fenestration industry, is a shining example of the British manufacturing spirit. Here’s a closer look at our local approach to crafting windows and doors.
Emphasis on Local Sourcing
TruFrame takes pride in sourcing materials locally. For instance, our profiles are extruded less than 40 miles away from our main manufacturing facility in Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire. This not only ensures quick access to materials but also significantly reduces the carbon footprint associated with transportation.
Commitment to Quality
By controlling the sourcing and manufacturing processes locally, TruFrame can maintain stringent quality standards. Each window and door undergoes rigorous quality checks, ensuring that the end product meets the high standards that TruFrame is renowned for.
Boosting the Local Economy
By choosing to manufacture in Britain, TruFrame plays a pivotal role in supporting the local economy. From creating jobs to collaborating with local suppliers, our commitment to the British industry is unwavering.
Rapid Response to Market Needs
Local manufacturing allows TruFrame to respond quickly to market demands. Whether it’s a new design trend or a specific customisation request, being locally-rooted ensures that we can adapt and deliver in record time.
TruFrame’s local approach to crafting windows and doors is not just a business strategy; it’s a commitment to quality, sustainability, and the British manufacturing spirit. Choosing TruFrame is not just a choice for superior windows and doors; it’s a vote of confidence in British craftsmanship.
If you’re looking for a new manufacturer to supply windows and doors to your business, get in touch to see the benefits of partnering with TruFrame.