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Ace Aluminium forecasts £2.5m turnover

Stockton-On-Tees-based Ace Aluminium and Architectural Services has secured a £525,000 funding deal from Santander Corporate and Commercial, which will be used to purchase a new head office in Great Ayton and meet 'exceptional growth and demand'. The company, which supplies and installs curtain walling, windows and doors, is forecasting turnover of £2.5m for the forthcoming year. Established by Andrew Platts in 2011, Ace Aluminium also offers a project consultancy service to help with feasibility, logistics, design and cost analysis. Vanessa Collins, relationship director at Santander Corporate and Commercial, added: 'We are delighted to provide funding to support Andrew and the team at Ace Aluminium. Andrew is an enthusiastic, commercially astute, reliable and committed entrepreneur, as shown by the forecast turnover of £2.5m after just four years.'

 

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