September 27, 2021
Over the last decade Bradbury Group has grown organically and through acquisition; during that period the various group brands have remained autonomous.
To support the Groups continued growth strategy the business has centralised all of its operations at its Head office in Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire.
As part of this centralisation, the business has launched a new Group Brand, which brings together Bradbury Doors, Liddle Doors, Newton Doors and Martin Roberts into a corporate family under Bradbury Group, providing a more seamless and coherent image across each of the sectors the Group services.
Richard Butler, Group Managing Director commented “These changes will create a new visual identity for the group, whilst upholding our traditional family values. Brand recognition and trust are extremely valuable and this move will enhance Bradbury Group, strengthening each of our subsidiary brands.”
The rebrand comes on the eve of Bradbury Group’s 30-year anniversary, a significant milestone for the family owned business, started by our Group Chairman Tim Strawson.
“We are making huge advances in developing and strengthening the group, implementing new technologies across design and operations, as well as combining support functions to create a stronger group of brands” says Richard. “However, our heritage and ethos are of upmost importance and this will remain at the heart of our new brand image, including our core values; Best, Fair and Efficient. We are excited to see what the future holds for our group.”
The Group produces a range of physical security products, including doors, grilles, kiosks and security gates, servicing a wide range of sectors from utilities, transport and government, to architecture and social housing.
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