STEVENAGE GLASS RECEIVES TROPHY FOR 50TH ANNIVERSARY

  • Posted 05/10/2016
STEVENAGE GLASS RECEIVES TROPHY FOR 50TH ANNIVERSARY

Nigel Rees presenting Kim King with the trophy

The GGF congratulates Stevenage Glass on its 50th anniversary at GGF Members Day 2016.

Nigel Rees, GGF Chief Executive presented owner and Managing Director of Stevenage Glass, Kim King, with a trophy celebrating the anniversary at the Members event in Birmingham.

As a founding member of the GGF, Stevenage Glass offer an impeccable standard of work, consistently meeting all industry standards across the board, and their affiliation with GGF further serves as an example of their commitment to the industry and the standard of work they do.

Owner and managing director, Kim King commented “Throughout the last 50 years, we’ve seen many changes as the company has flourished and expanded, including moving to larger premises on Cavendish Road after we outgrew our starter premises on Argyle Way, and we haven’t looked back since! Even after the move, we’ve already made a couple of extensions to keep up with the demands of the growth of our business even more.”

After receiving the award, Mr King said: “It was a genuine privilege to accept this award to mark the 50th birthday of Stevenage Glass. It is extra special to accept it an occasion such as Members Day.”

Mr King dedicated the award to his father, who set up Stevenage Glass fifty years ago.

Nigel Rees, GGF Chief Executive commented, “Congratulations to Stevenage Glass on their 50th Anniversary. They have been with the GGF since the very beginning of the Federation and their attention to high quality and service has obviously been an integral part of their success. This year is a special year for all at the company and the GGF wishes them all the best with their celebrations.”

Stevenage Glass have added a history timeline to their website for the 50th anniversary which can be found here: http://www.stevenage-glass.co.uk/our-history


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