Kingsley Group and Warneford consulting visit Triflex Minden

Triflex VIP factory tour and visit with Kingsley Roofing and Tim Warneford Consulting.

We were delighted to recently host the Kingsley Group and Warneford Consulting at our Technology Centre and manufacturing plant in Minden. The group travelled to our HQ in Germany to undertake a factory tour, viewing first-hand the state of the art facilities. From automated packaging to the extensive research and development sectors, the delegates were able to see the advanced processing and development of Triflex waterproofing, surfacing and protection technologies.

The new Triflex Technology Centre provided the perfect setting for the Kingsley Group senior leadership team meeting too. The specialist roofing and scaffolding company provides a wide range of services across the commercial, industrial, public and residential sectors in the South East, London and the Midlands. After such a busy schedule there was time to unwind in the leisure areas too, with some healthy competition in the games area!

Tim Warneford of Warneford consulting saidI think I can speak for all of us who went over to Triflex HQ and the tour of their factory, when I say we were all deeply impressed at the culture of the company, from their passion for their products to the attention to detail of their service offering.”

“We were grateful for the invite to visit Triflex’s headquarters in Germany. The team were great hosts and the tour was very insightful. We were impressed with both the offices and factory, and it’s incredible to see just how far the industrial process had come” added Jay Hollands, Director, Kingsley group.

Tony Mills, Sales Director added “Triflex UK is part of a family owned group of successful companies who continually invest in the future. It’s been great to share that with some of our customers, illustrating the science behind the high quality Triflex waterproofing systems together with an appreciation of the size of Triflex. With 900 employees and over 7,500 customers globally, we might be bigger than most people think!”