QUEST sees 47% turnover boost in end of year results

QUEST sees 47% turnover boost in end of year results

QUEST has announced a 47% jump in turnover in end of year results to hit a total of £5 million.

With key appointments in commercial and technical roles, the launch of a new wholesale website and a staff survey showing record levels of satisfied employees, 2023 proved to be a momentous year for the Burnley-based specialists.

An NICEIC-approved electrical contractor and facilities management provider with more than 30 years of experience, Quest also offers a wholesale service to trade customers. QUEST has now added a wholesale website to offer a clearer distinction between the two divisions of the business and provide a smoother customer journey.

Management at QUEST (Quality Electrical Supplies and Technology) have focused on outstanding service for their customers while ensuring that all of their team members are technically proficient and share the company’s vision. An internal survey showed that an overwhelming majority of team members were happy in their roles and 100% had fun at work.

Andrew Wood, QUEST’s Managing Director, says, “We are very pleased to have achieved such a significant increase in turnover in what has been a challenging year across the industry.

“We are also delighted with the results of our internal survey which really demonstrate every part of our business is moving in the right direction. We won’t be resting on our laurels though, as we have even more plans for growth and further improving our excellent service for our customers in 2024.”

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