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Record breaking month for National Timber Systems

The division generated sales worth £2.6 million in October.

The division, which was created by combining the engineered timber elements of NYTimber and Arnold Laver, generated sales worth £2.6 million in October.

National Timber Systems, the recently formed engineered timber specialist, has used its new and improved proposition to shatter a monthly sales record set more than a year ago.

The division, which was created by combining the engineered timber elements of NYTimber and Arnold Laver, generated sales worth £2.6 million in October.

It attributed a large part of its recent success to customer referrals and word-of-mouth. Many buyers, site managers, and commercial directors recommend its products when they change roles or move to a new company, generating new business.

In addition, it has significantly increased capacity in its design and manufacturing teams. This has been achieved through strengthening the team with additional expertise and efficiency gains unlocked following the amalgamation.

Nick Kershaw, Managing Director of National Timber Systems, said: “The team have been working remarkably hard in difficult circumstances and it’s great to see this reflected in our figures. Hopefully, we can carry this momentum into 2021 and continue to increase our share of the engineered timber market.

“The record sales month is even more pleasing when you consider that it is driven by satisfied customers. We deliver on our promises and in turn have become an asset that people use throughout their career. It’s the best sales and marketing strategy we could have wished to create.”

National Timber Systems supplies trussed rafters, gable and party spandrels, engineered joists, floor and roof cassettes, as well as the NYTROOF, an innovative rapid fit ‘room in the roof’ system.

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