Toughsheet expands

Published:  08 December, 2010

BOLTON: Toughsheet Building Products, which makes damp proof membranes and other sheeting materials, is to increase capacity at its base in Westhoughton.

The firm earlier this year announced a £1m contract with Buildbase. It also supplies Travis Perkins, B&Q and Jewson and expects revenues to be around £7m for the 12 months to the end of April and aims to grow into a £10m-turnover enterprise within three years.

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