Taylor Wimpey UK, nationwide

Client: Taylor Wimpey UK
Type of works: supply of next generation PVC-UE and PVC-U building products.

Taylor Wimpey UK, the UK’s biggest house builder, has signed a nationwide sole supply agreement with Kestrel, the UK’s leading supplier of no tin, no lead, next generation PVC-UE and PVC-U building products. The development is the latest in a long-standing relationship between the organisations, albeit it under different brands previously.

Nick Woods, Regional Buyer for Taylor Wimpey UK comments: “To retain our position as the homebuilder of choice, we must continue to demonstrate added value, efficiencies, innovation and economies of scale to customers, shareholders and the communities we serve. Kestrel can offer us significant cost savings on a national basis, as well as the proven quality of product and service an organisation of our scale relies on. As a market leader, Taylor Wimpey supports the Government’s policies and targets for sustainable building. Kestrel's unique no lead, no tin, 100% calcium organic stabilised core and skin roofline, windowline and cladding products ensure that we’re futureproofing more than 20,000 new homes per annum in respect of the environment.”

Tony Crutcher, Sales and Marketing Director of the Kestrel brand adds: “We are delighted that Taylor Wimpey UK has officially recognised Kestrel as the supplier of choice for its cellular building products nationwide. Working closely with Taylor Wimpey, we developed a tailor-made proposal to ensure we are best placed to provide optimum value for money, quality service and a firm foundation on which to build a partnership.”

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