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Mayor celebrates BPC’s 40th

 

The Mayor of Wakefield, Keith Barker, helped the city’s BPC Building Products celebrate its 40th anniversary tbis week.

The manufacturer of constructional fixing components and builders’ metalwork, opened in 1977 to manufacture and supply fixings, gardening, decking and fencing ranges for builders and DIYers across the United Kingdom and Europe.

“We would like to thank all our customers for supporting us over the last 40 years,” said Gareth Simister, Managing Director at BPC Building Products. “Our reputation and track record have been built largely on customer recommendations, and we thank them for their continued trust and confidence.”

While BPC initially focused on builders’ metalwork products such as joist hangers and restraint straps, demand from customers resulted in range extensions over the years. These include plasterers’ metalwork as well as fencing, decking and gardening ranges.

Recent major investments by BPC Building Products include £500,000 to upgrade and expand its warehouse and manufacturing facility, creating up to 10 jobs in the process. The project was part funded by a Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership (LEP) grant of £80,000.

The investment project will enable the company to further increase its market share in both the UK and European construction markets.

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