Hull-timate Challenge COMPLETED!

It’s that time again… the former Dortek Tough Mudders have signed themselves up to another challenge!


The time is fast approaching for the former Dortek Hull Tough Mudder team to put their training to the test, burn off those calories eaten at Hull Fair and throw themselves into the Hull-timate Challenge!

Dortek Hull-timate Challenge

A 10km race filled with over 30 obstacles… Dare they take on the Humbergeddon Slide?

Participants are as follow; Danny Docherty, Dan Foster, Dave Sharp, Tim Coulson, Chris Whitfield and Ian Proctor.

Only 1 week until the “Hulltimate” hits the streets of Hull… Sunday 21st October, wish them luck!



Hull-Timate Challenge completed!

With some tough obstacles along the way but a lot of fun…

hull-timate challenge

They promised many obstacles; from the stairs, followed by an A Frame, followed by a tyre squeeze, followed by a mud bath, followed by an ice skip!

Well done to all that took part, and well done to our former Dortek Tough Mudders for conquering the challenge and gaining the Dortek Hull-Timates title too!

Dortek Interdoor celebrate their 1 year anniversary!

The single biggest change that happened for Dortek last year was the addition of the Swedish factory, in Ystad, in October. It was immediately obvious to Dortek to seize the opportunity to acquire an experienced and loyal workforce with ready-to-go manufacturing capacity and capability.

When joining Dortek, Interdoor General Manager – Mats Horgard’s hopes for the company’s future was to grow and become the number one supplier on the Scandinavian market for our GRP doors.

Dortek have added to the works force and invested products and services into Interdoor in the aim to help the company grow, with the latest investment being the new CNC equipment that was installed this month.

Last year, October 10th, Dortek welcomed all the staff of Dortek-Interdoor on board. This year, October 10th, we celebrate our first anniversary… and we even had a cake!

Dortek Interdoor 1 year anniversay
Article by Ystads Allehanda (a local Swedish newspaper for the municipalities of Ystad)
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