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Bradbury Group Acquires Martin Roberts Doors

February 9, 2016

Bradbury Group Acquires Martin Roberts Doors

We are pleased to announce that on February 1st 2016 Bradbury Group acquired Martin Roberts from High Performance Doors. This is an exciting development for both companies and serves as part of Bradbury’s commitment to expansion and improving our services for our customers.

Martin Roberts have an excellent project delivery heritage which includes some of the most iconic landmarks in the UK:

Martin Roberts doors are installed in some of the most high profile London landmarks, including ‘The Gherkin,’ ‘The Cheese Grater,’ ‘The Walkie Talkie’ and Canary Wharf. Production of the MR door set range is to be transferred to our state of the art manufacturing facility in Scunthorpe, enabling us to continue to deliver quality products quickly and efficiently.

MR’s long standing affiliations with their supply chain remain constant and include prestigious companies like @llgoods and Allegion, further enhancing the overall product offerings to cover as many market requirements as possible.Should you have any enquiries regarding the acquisition, please do contact us on 01724 271999 or sales@bradbury-group.com.

 

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