BeA managing director, John Mercer attributes the company’s on-going success and growth to a belief in continued evolution and improvement.

Demand grows for BeA products

Published:  01 June, 2015

BeA is seeing continued growth in demand for its products. The business, which manufactures fastening tools and consumables, has shown strong performance for its last financial year with much of this success attributable to an increase in sales.

John Mercer, managing director at BeA (UK), said: "BeA, like many companies, continue to evolve and the UK business has seen many exciting developments over recent years. These developments have been implemented as part of ambitious plans for our future and in line with a steadfast commitment to continued improvement."

Specifically, BeA has recently made a number of senior appointments and major investments into its operations.

The business has also enhanced its product range and actively sought to broaden its offer by focusing on additional markets where the company’s fastening expertise can prove of considerable benefit to customers.

These developments have been combined with certain longstanding and trademark qualities, which customers have now come to expect of BeA. This includes a genuine belief in offering reliable products backed by equally reliable levels of field-based service and support.

Mr Mercer concluded: "Everyone at BeA is delighted that our products and approach are continuing to win customer favour as we seek to increase our presence and market share in the building, timber frame and off-site construction industries."

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