In 2018, the company recorded revenue of £433.2m, a 5.2 per cent increase on the previous year. The company said this improvement had been achieved despite facing mixed market conditions.
The company said its second half acquisitions – Permavoid and Manthorpe - were performing in line with expectations and their integration is progressing well
Martin Payne, the chief executive, said: “We are delighted to report another record performance, despite a backdrop of challenging market conditions.
“Our second half of the year was strong, and we completed two significant acquisitions as part of our strategy to broaden our market offering.
“Both Manthorpe and Permavoid are performing in line with expectations and we look forward to further progress.
“We continue to see strong cash generation, and the long-term growth drivers of legacy material substitution and legislative tailwinds, together with our strong balance sheet, position us well for the future.”