Comp Door sponsors 2024 GGP Installer Awards

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(l-r) Lee Marriott, business development manager, Owen Mullock, technical coordinator, David Massey, systems director, Steven Smith, customer liasion, and Pierre Mifsud, managing director

Comp Door has announced that it is a proud sponsor of the 2024 GGP Installer Awards. The awards will take place at the Midland Hotel in Manchester on the 14 March.

Now in its fourth year, the awards unite industry professionals from across the sector to recognise the best of installers. From staff, installation projects, and services, all the key elements of the sector will be judged by a panel of seven industry experts. The awards serve as a thorough review of installation achievements from the last 12 months, highlighting successes and raising the profiles of deserving companies and individuals.

The event is expected to be a fantastic networking opportunity for professionals across the industry, providing the chance to celebrate one another’s achievements and take inspiration from the successes.

This is the first time the company is sponsoring the awards. Comp Door stated that as a manufacturer that depends on quality installations, the team are thrilled to be supporting an event that recognises the valuable work of installers across the industry.

Richard Diliberto, sales director at Comp Door, said: “The team couldn’t be more thrilled to be sponsoring the Installer Awards. At Comp Door, we understand how valuable skilled installers are and the important work they do to transform spaces and allow our products to reach their full potential.

“As a manufacturer of industry-leading composite doors, Comp Door wouldn’t have been able to achieve the success it has had so far without the dependable, quality installers we partner with. These awards are so important because they bring recognition to the quality work and the specialised discipline of installers, and without it our industry wouldn’t be what it is.”

The full list of finalists can be found here.

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