Green-tech records record turnover - up 23% from 2016

Green-tech has recorded a turnover of £12.7 million in the financial year to the 30 September 2017, up from £10.3m the year before and £10.7m in 2014/15.

Green-tech are aiming for a £20m turnover by 2020. Image: Green-tech
Green-tech are aiming for a £20m turnover by 2020. Image: Green-tech

The North Yorkshire-based supplier has also been expanding, with its headcount now at 77 employees, 31 of which are in sales. It aims to reach a £20m turnover by the end of the decade. 

The results come as Green-tech marks two years at its purpose-built premises, Rabbit Hill Park, just of the A1 in North Yorkshire. The head office, warehouse and distribution premises, which the company invested more than £3 million in are home to Green-tech’s head office, warehouse and distribution facility and customer collection store.

Earlier this year Green-tech bought Flexible Lining Products (FLP), the specialist online distributor of Terram, pond and lake liners, erosion control products and porous paving systems.

Chairman Richard Kay said: "It has been a tremendous year for Green-tech, I am delighted that our hard work and commitment to the industry and our clients has paid off and we have increased our turnover by 23% from 2016. We are aiming to reach £20 million turnover milestone so you can expect more acquisitions and new product development from Green-tech."

Green-tech is the headline sponsor of the BALI National Landscape Awards. The company is also a winner in this year’s awards in the ‘Affiliate Exceptional Service category.

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