New British Standard ISO 9001:2015


We are delighted to announce that on Tuesday 27th September 2016, we achieved successful Accreditation to the new British Standard BS EN ISO 9001:2015.

Many businesses within our sector took the executive decision to hold off and implement these changes later into the year. It therefore comes with even greater pleasure to recognise us as being one of the first in our field to have obtained the new standard.

BS EN ISO 9001:2015 supersedes the previous BS EN ISO 9001:2008 and required vigorous changes to our Quality System, Manual, Procedures and Leadership.

Continued Improvement is vital to the longevity and future success of our business. We would therefore like to thank our workforce for their day to day support in recognising this and for playing their part in what we consider to be the back bone of our ongoing achievements.



Ductform Newsletter - Please click on link below


“Please take a moment to view our monthly newsletter which covers all updates from February, March and April 2017. In this month's issue, we cover our latest sealed contracts, our Health & Safety Topic of The Month section and confirm our next annual NQA Visitation and Audit. Happy reading!”




New Factory Facility


We are pleased to announce the successful purchase of a 10,000 sq./ft factory facility just adjacent to our current premises at Faraday Road, Glenrothes.


This additional space shall increase our manufacturing facility to 40,000 sq./ft, and mainly be used for the manufacture of our heavy gauge ductwork.


This move shall increase our company offerings, and allow us to strengthen our manufacturing processes.




Our team from Day 2 at

Offshore Europe 2015






BBC Interview Ductform Ventilation

Glasgow 2014:

Opportunity knocks for business


As the countdown continues to the start of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow in July, businesses reflect on the opportunities the event presents for them.




In a high-roofed factory on an industrial estate in Glenrothes, Fife, sheets of metal are fed through a machine to be bent into what will eventually be ventilation ducts. The mainstay of family business Ductform, which now employs about 80 people, is the manufacture and installation of ventilation duct work, mainly in construction but also in the marine and oil and gas sectors.


The company has recently completed some work on a number of Games venues.


> Read the full BBC article here June 2014

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