Author - Ellie McCracken

Clark Door’s Factory Extension is Complete

Clark Door’s Research and Development Centre is officially complete! Work began on our state-of-the-art £3 million research and development centre in June last year. There is already a number of R&D projects that would not be possible without it, including projects for presitigous clients and the development of our very own security shutter door, the Clark Multigard®. The factory extension was made...

Clark Door enlist new apprentices for 2020

Clark Door has taken on four talented apprentices to help us achieve our ambitious plans for growth, continuing to add new talent to our highly renowned apprenticeship scheme for another year. Clark Door’s MD Andrew Ashley stated, “Despite the uncertainty in the world created by the Covid-19 Pandemic, we felt a moral obligation to give another intake of young people...

Clark Door Wins The Queen’s Award for Enterprise: International Trade 2020

Clark Door is proud to announce it has been awarded The Queen’s Award for Enterprise: International Trade 2020. The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are the most prestigious business awards in the UK. This year 220 UK businesses have been recognised for their contribution to International Trade, Innovation, Sustainable Development and Promoting Opportunity (through Social Mobility). The awards celebrate the success...

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Philippines Performing Arts Project

Four Clark Door custom made acoustic doors sit in the heart of the BGC Arts Center, a cultural hub in Bonifacio Global City, near Manila, Philippines, Within the hub is the Maybank Performing Arts Theater, a state-of-the-art flexible performance space that hosts theatre productions, ballets and music concerts, and includes rehearsal areas, classrooms and conference facilities. Clark Door designed and...

The New Factory Takes Shape

If you have visited Kingmoor Park recently you have probably spotted Clark Door’s brand-new research and development facility on the horizon! At more than four times the height of the existing factory, building work on the extension project commenced in June and is now entering the final phases of construction. The new building will be a state-of-the-art development and testing...

Flying the Flag Finalists

Clark Door welcomed Henri Murison, Director of the Northern Powerhouse Partnership and Luke Dicicco, Group Business Editor of Newsquest in their role as in-Cumbria Business Awards judges. Henri, a self-confessed fan of visiting manufacturing facilities, wanted to get straight out onto the shop floor to see how our specialist high performance doors are made before they are shipped to UK...

Clark Door Give a Day to the City

First year Clark Door mechanical craft apprentices Adam Johnston and Jamie McClean, supervisor Tim Fisher, and Operations and Supply Chain Manager Adam Wharton lent a hand to this year’s Give a Day to the City community project.  Their job was to refurbish a disused outbuilding at 108 Mealbank by cladding walls, making and installing a work bench, fixing racking...

In-Cumbria Business Awards Finalists

The shortlist for the in-Cumbria Business Awards 2019 has been revealed this week. Clark Door are thrilled to have made it to the final three for the categories of Best Manufacturing Business and the prestigious new award, Flying the Flag for Cumbria. The awards recognise the impact and success of individuals and companies in Cumbria, spanning all sizes and industry...

Clark Door cuts the turf on its new factory extension

An official ground-breaking ceremony to mark the start of work on Clark Door's £3 million extension has been held. The expansion of the Kingmoor Park site will allow it to carry out research and development, and will create up to 20 jobs new jobs. Work is being carried out by Cumbrian building firm Thomas Armstrong and the investment was boosted...

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