Celuform's new vertically integrated manufacturing facility based in Scunthorpe.
Celuform's birthplace

Company Information

  • 1950s: The Reed Group start the production of pitch fibre pipes and rainwater goods.
  • 1964: Reeds found Key Terrain to manufacture PVC pipes and rainwater goods.
  • 1972: Key Terrain becomes the first UK licence holder for the production of expanded PVC building materials. The products are branded Celuform.
  • 1976: The development of PVC-UE external cladding and roofline products.
  • 1985: Terrain and Celuform, becomes the core of the Caradon Group. Producing high quality co-extruded products for the building and specification industries.
  • 1999: Caradon Doors and Windows were purchased by the Latium Group and re-named CDW Products.
  • 2000: Celuform re-establish head office at Aylesford, Kent and announce the introduction of 10 year guarantees for woodgrain profiles for internal and external use.
  • 2002: Guarantees increased to 15 years on white profiles.
  • 2003: Celuform becomes Celuform Building Products.
  • 2008: Celuform moves its Customer Services & Logistics to Trentham in Stoke and its production to Scunthorpe, North Lincs.
  • 2011: Celuform increases their guarantees to 20 years on all white profiles.
  • 2012: Epwin Group and Latium merge bringing the Celuform brand under the Epwin Group of companies.
  • 2013: Customer Services and Logistics move up to Scunthorpe to be next door to its manufacturing headquarters.
  • 2013: £350,000 investment in manufacturing tools.
  • 2014: On site Customer Services department expanded