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20% sales rise revealed in NG Bailey annual results

05 August 2016

Publishing its financial results for the year to 26 February 2016, NG Bailey has reported an increase in sales of 20% over the 12 month period.

Following positive results for the company's previous financial year, it has recorded sales rising by nearly 54% in the last two years.

The group as a whole recorded an increase in sales of 12%, with the Facilities Services division turnover rising to a record £69m.

It now covers sectors ranging from retail, commercial and residential property, to financial services, rail, education and government buildings.

Services provided include planned, preventative and reactive fabric maintenance, critical environmental management, asset upgrades and energy management.

Customers include household names such as Toyota GB, Morrisons and Land Securities, along with Arla Foods, Eversheds, JLL and McArthurGlen.

Managing director Stuart Linington described the company's reputation as being built on "delivery excellence", which has been the foundation for its recent success.

"It is an extremely competitive market, so in order to succeed you have to demonstrate an affinity with the customer's objectives and have an ability to consistently add value," he said.

Mr Linington's division is part of the NG Bailey Group, which recorded sales of £408m in the year to 26 February, with a 14% rise in orders taking the total to a record £673m.

Chief executive David Hurcomb (pictured above) said the results showed its "strategy to achieve a better-balanced business has worked".

He further stated that the success of the Facilities Services division was "no mean feat in this market".

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