Two of Inverclyde’s longest-running businesses will collaborate next month as Inverclyde Chamber of Commerce provides a unique behind the scenes look into Blairs Windows and Doors at its latest networking event.
Greenock-based Blairs were founded in 1913 and have been a trusted partner for the building industry for over 100 years. Blairs is now part of the Saveheat Group, which as well as Timber also manufactures Aluminium, PVCu and Saveheat Glass products.
With a wealth of experience in the manufacturing industry, Blairs have developed and built upon their knowledge and expertise to guide their customers from the design stage through to the creation of their concept, ensuring each order is fulfilled on time to the highest standard.
In recent times, Blairs has achieved contract wins for Victorian buildings in the Olympic Park in London and high-profile tenders including windows for the Black Watch Museum at Balhousie Castle in Perth and the Anchor Line building in Glasgow’s St Vincent Street.
The event will look deeper into the manufacturing of the timber and PVCu elements of the business and there will be a tour of the factory where the company handcrafts its windows and doors.
Attendees will hear from Managing Director, Alex Gray and Operations Manager, Joe Boyd who will provide an insight into the recent growth and investment in the company.
Inverclyde Chamber will also provide an update on upcoming events and initiatives and there will be networking opportunities before and after the tour of the factory.
Inverclyde Chamber is the area’s premier member network and business support organisation for business people from across all sectors which represent over 15% of the business community.
This event is free for Chamber Members and £5 to visitors and tickets can be booked via Eventbrite here.