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Palace Chemicals and Laticrete UK tee up for TTA Award success

August 2021

Palace Chemicals and Laticrete UK appealed for public votes after being shortlisted for four TTA Awards between them.  The voting deadline for the prestigious annual awards run by The Tiling Association was on Friday, 13th  August.

Liverpool-based Palace Chemicals is shortlisted for Best Domestic Project (alongside Hoffman Tiling & Bathrooms), Best E-Commerce Website, and Best Environmental Initiative. 

The family owned company is also the UK manufacturing licensee for Laticrete, which is up for an award in the Best Innovation category, for its Matrix grout collection sold through Topps Tiles.

Charles Clapham, Managing Director of Palace Chemicals, said: “To be shortlisted for four awards out of 16 overall categories with so many nominees is just amazing. The fact that it’s the people who actually use our products who get to decide on the winners makes the TTA Awards even more special. We’d love to see as many people as possible going online to give us their support.”

“We always put a great deal of careful thought and hard work into everything we produce, so we hope that will encourage our customers to vote for both Palace Chemicals and Laticrete UK,” concluded Clapham.  

The awards ceremony will be held at the Forest of Arden Marriot Hotel & Country Club on Friday, 10th September.

More at: www.palacechemicals.co.uk.

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