TwoTwenty has scooped the Process Efficiency award at this year’s British Woodworking Federation (BWF) Awards.
The company received the award in recognition of new, efficient processes in the joinery industry which boost business performance and provide customers with the best possible products at the best price, quality level and delivery time.
TwoTwenty’s founder and director, Ali Wright, said: “Everyone at TwoTwenty is thrilled to have been recognised on the national stage for our high levels of efficiency. We pride ourselves on delivering the best service possible to our customers. That’s why we invest a great deal of time and money into making sure we can support our customers as effectively as possible.”
The BWF Awards, which are open to any business in the woodworking and joinery sector, aim to raise the profile of British joinery by celebrating the achievements of BWF members and non-members alike.
Iain McIlwee, chief executive of the BWF, said: “TwoTwenty’s process of procuring, building and managing the new building has itself been an exercise in supreme efficiency. But more than that, in terms of their ongoing business performance, the new facilities have facilitated everything they set out to do with lean production. The results have included a significant increase in sales, profit and employment.
“The BWF awards provide us with the opportunity to showcase some of the most gifted businesses and individuals in our industry who make some of the most exciting products and projects that can be achieved using wood. TwoTwenty is an inspiring example of the high efficiency and productivity which we see in British joinery manufacturing today.”
This year’s BWF Awards were hosted by one of Britain’s most famous Olympians, Eddie ‘The Eagle’ Edwards. The Process Efficiency Award was sponsored by W16.