Shopfitter Bridgford Interiors has claimed it is on target to raise its revenues by 30 per cent to£30 million in 2007, thanks to a raft of new contracts and framework agreements with retailers.

Bridgford associate director Alan Palmer said that work on fitting out Asda Living stores in Dartford and Tottenham Hale, as well as a programme of nine fitouts for new Tesco Express stores, had contributed to a positive result for the company.

The shopfitter has also been awarded contracts with Hotel Chocolat to equip seven new stores and is working on 27 refits of O2 shops, following the network’s acquisition of stores from The Link last year.
Palmer said that revenues could exceed£30 million because the company may win additional work before the end
of December.

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