Granite and quartz worktop supplier Roann predicts a turnover of £10 million this year – its highest ever.
It follows on from 2022, where the Wakefield-based company reported a “record-breaking” year with a 15% increase in sales year-on-year and annual sales totalling over £8.3 million.
Having investment in manufacturing equipment, the supplier reports it has reduced time from template to installation, allowing the company to increase its efficiency and produce a greater number of worktops.
According to Roann, the company has manufactured 5,079 worktops, from January 1 to July 17, ranging from large commercial projects with housebuilders, to smaller local projects.
It includes a London project C-Field, worth £110,000, Project FF&E and Torsion Developments in Leeds worth £137,000, as well as its Reading-based project Midgard worth £600,000.
Roann reports it will continue to invest in technology, development of its workforce, and commitment to the environment.
As part of its Carbon Reduction Plan, with the aim to achieve net-zero emissions by 2040, Roann has alredy replaced all worktop packaging from single use plastic, to fully recyclable packaging
Operations director at Roann Limited, Scott Wharton commented: “We’re so proud of our recent manufacturing success rates and can’t wait to improve them even further.
“They are testament to the company’s commitment to excellence and its ability to meet the evolving demands of the market.”
In June 2023, the business launched a new consumer brand, Roann at Home, to provide quartz worktops direct to customers.