FFDR Show that Excellent PR Scotland Is No Disaster
Friday, June 11th, 2010
on behalf of FFDR all trades contractors
Disaster recovery firm F.F.D.R are planning a location expansion to the North East of Scotland that will cost them £300,000.
To head the expansion, the firm have hired leading business man Kenny King, who will be based in the new Aberdeenshire offices in the Stonehaven area.
King quotes in the article: “There is no doubt a lot of business to be won in this area for a company which can provide the best tradesman at competitive prices whilst remaining reliable.
“F.F.D.R’s success is built upon treating property owners respectfully and ensuring repair work is well managed, neat and completed on time.
“Insurance companies also appreciate our fast response times and the fact that all of our work is carried out by quality trades people.”
Ronnie Klos founder and MD of the Fife based company hopes that the expansion will help increase turnover from £5.5million to £7million.
He says in the article: “I have been amazed by the amount of work coming into us from the Aberdeen area. The growth in the North East will be an important part of that.”
On employing Kenny King to oversee the Aberdeen expansion, he quotes: “Persuading someone of Kenny’s calibre to come and join us is a clear sign of our intent.
“Bringing in the right quality of staff will be just as crucial to our success in Aberdeen and Kenny is the ideal person to make sure we attract the most talented people in that area.”
The full press release can be read on the Business 7 website and was secured as part of a successful PR campaign carried out by public relations agency the Holyrood Partnership.
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