Three Is The Magic Number For Made For Trade

by | Nov 15, 2023 | Awards

Made for Trade achieved notable success at the National Fenestration Awards 2023, securing three industry accolades in October:

Winner – Conservatory Product of the Year – Korniche Roof Lantern, Made for Trade

Winner – Bi-Folding Door Manufacturer of the Year, Made for Trade

Winner – Aluminium Fabricator of the Year, Made for Trade

Despite a lack of luck at the Doncaster Racecourse on October 29th, Made for Trade’s significant wins not only showcase their business prowess but also emphasize their unwavering commitment to excellence and innovation.

Kevin Bell, Mike Robinson, Ian Bousfield

Retaining the Aluminium Fabricator of the Year award for 2023 speaks to the consistent quality of Made for Trade’s services and products, particularly the Korniche brand, which continues to impress trade customers nationwide.

Manufacturing and engineering development is pivotal at Made for Trade. Winning the Bi-Folding Door Manufacturer of the Year title reflects the company’s dedication to engineering and design innovation. The Korniche Bi-folding Door, featuring the innovative Speedbead, sets new industry standards for quick and effortless installation. It also enables swift adjustments and any necessary remedial work without causing any damage to the bead or the frame.

According to Made for Trade, with six years as the market leader for the Korniche Roof Lantern, winning Conservatory Product of the Year in 2023 reaffirms its excellence and established position in the fenestration landscape. The Korniche Lantern’s unparalleled construction speed and strength help to set new industry benchmarks.

The team from Made for Trade, including Ian Bousfield (Marketing Manager), Mike Robinson (Head of Sales Operations), and Kevin Bell (Senior Sales Associate), attended the NFA 2023 event. The company received multiple nominations and shortlisting for awards, making the day a resounding success off the racecourse. Ian Bousfield expressed his appreciation for the National Fenestration Awards, highlighting how they provide an excellent platform for the industry. The nomination, shortlisting, and voting processes allow the entire industry to participate, allowing businesses to showcase their products and services and let the industry determine the deserving winners in each category.

“Congratulations to all the runners, riders, and winners of the NFAs in 2023,” said a spokesperson for Made for Trade.

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