Direct Trade Windows invests £50,000 in new machinery

Direct Trade Windows

Leaders of Direct Trade Windows have made a significant £50,000 investment in new machinery from FOM Industrie. The investment includes the acquisition of an additional crimping machine and a double saw machine, adding to the aluminium trade supplier’s existing CNC machining centre, cutting and crimping machinery, and a 180° angle cutting machine.

“The decision to invest in new machinery reflects our dedication to continuous improvement and manufacturing excellence,” said AJ Hassanali, Direct Trade Windows’ director. “By integrating cutting-edge technology into our operations, we’re further streamlining our fabrication procedures, increasing production efficiency and maintaining our reputation as a reliable and innovative aluminium supplier.”

Direct Trade Windows supplies a wide range of Smart products, including the Alitherm Heritage range, AluSpace interior doors, VS600 aluminium vertical sash windows, EcoFutural commercial windows and Visofold 6000 slim bi-fold doors.

The company also manufactures and installs Cortizo products, including casement windows, the COR Vision sliding door and the 4600 lift and slide.

AJ added: “This recent investment has significantly contributed to our ability to meet the diverse needs of our clients with unmatched precision and quality, and is a decision that aligns with our commitment to delivering superior aluminium products.

“With this upgrade, combined with a wide range of products, a streamlined manufacturing process that cuts lead times to a minimum, dedicated customer support and over two decades of industry experience, Direct Trade Windows is certainly the supplier of choice when it comes to premium aluminium products.”

For more information about the business, visit Direct Trade Windows’ website.

Earlier this year, the company launched a new website. Read more about this here.

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