We are delighted to announce we have appointed a new managing director, Darren Rhodes.
Procter Cast Stone has produced a printed version of its new brochure, giving customers the option of requesting a hard copy or downloading a PDF. The new brochure contains a wealth of information about the company, the recently expanded production facilities, technical services, standard products and the manufacture of high-quality bespoke cast stone products – which is where the company truly excels.
Procter Contracts has partnered with NBS Plus and now information about the company’s high-quality fencing, gates and street furniture is available to architects and specifiers using the NBS (National Building Specification) system.
On the 7th of November 2015 Colin Younger completed Brave The Shave to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.
Procter Fencing Systems has redeveloped its website to make it responsive, which will benefit visitors using tablet computers, smartphones and phablets. The layout and navigation for desktop and laptop computers remains largely unchanged, but people browsing on mobile devices will experience a website that is formatted to suit the screen size, orientation, aspect ratio and resolution. Where appropriate, the navigation is also altered to suit the device.
Procter Machine Guarding has published a new video that outlines the company’s capabilities and shows the various stages in its manufacturing process.
Procter Street Furniture has launched a responsive website that benefits visitors using all types of device, including desktop computers, laptops, tablets, smartphones and phablets. In particular, people browsing with mobile devices experience a website that is automatically optimised to suit the screen size, orientation, aspect ratio and resolution. Where appropriate, the navigation is also altered to suit the device.
Procter Automatic Gates, a UK leader in the design, manufacture and installation of automatic swing, sliding, telescopic and bi-folding gates, has published a new brochure detailing its capabilities and product range. The company's gates are used at industrial facilities, utility complexes, schools, transport hubs and private residences throughout the country.
Procter Fencing Materials set up new storage in Leeds.