Tradeglaze Continues To Invest For Growth With A New Spacer Bar Computer Saw

Tradeglaze Continues To Invest For Growth With A New Spacer Bar Computer Saw

Tradeglaze has this month taken delivery of a new spacer bar computer saw from Atlantic Machinery at the company’s glass factory Allenby Glass. The machine is an efficient saw for cutting long spacer bars which are used between insulated glass units. The investment is part of a long-term growth plan which we accelerated last year following an unprecedented demand in the construction and the home improvement markets.

We have been making investments in talent, machinery, software as well as vehicles and office space in the recent months and have more equipment arriving in the months ahead, with the team taking delivery of a new TT405 double-mitre saw from Haffner Murat at the end of October. Tradeglaze has also committed to a new CNC machine for their aluminium factory which will arrive in Q4.

Jeremy Wetherall, Managing Director at Tradeglaze, said: “Despite varied market conditions and rising energy costs, we are excited to continue our ambitious plans to grow our manufacturing capability. Our new spacer bar computer saw will help increase productivity and accuracy and will further reduce lead times for our customers.”

“With energy bills on the rise, there hasn’t been a better time to invest in quality double glazing. We offer market-leading products which will make a real difference to heating bills in the long term.”

“Our company has been making significant investments across all departments in the recent months. Demand has now returned to pre-pandemic levels but we continue boosting our capacity across all three factories.”

“We have traded resiliently during previous difficult economic periods and with our growth plan well under way we will remain in a strong position and continue providing our trade, commercial as well as domestic customers with exceptional quality double glazing and a five-star service our group of companies are well known and recommended for” concluded Jeremy Wetherall.

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