A sharp rise in volumes of aluminium doors and windows has reportedly led Gloucester based fabricator Customade to take on new staff and expand its manufacturing operation to satisfy demand.
Customade claims to have increased its aluminium production workforce and invested in a new 1,500m2 factory and 400m2 storage space close to its PVC-U factory in Stonehouse, Gloucester. The company has also announced dedicated aluminium customer service team to handle the growing number of sales, service and technical enquiries.
,Andy Thomas, Customade’s sales and marketing director, said: “We are absolutely delighted to have seen such a rapid rate of growth in the aluminium side of our business. We have increased production to more than 300 aluminium windows and 35 bi-fold doors a week and are well on course to achieving 50 doors a week by the end of 2014. With strong growth and healthy projections, we knew that it was the right time to expand our operation and take on more staff to increase production rates, speed up fabrication times and further improve quality.”
For further information, visit: www.customade.co.uk