Cube Glass becomes official Scottish distributor of Glazing Vision rooflights

Leading precision manufacturer Cube Glass has been appointed an official distributor in Scotland for Norfolk-based architectural glass rooflight manufacturer, Glazing Vision.

The agreement will position glass and aluminium specialist Cube Glass as the country’s sole distributor of Glazing Vision products.

Jason Cooper, International Account Manager at Glazing Vision, said: “As the latest official distributor of Glazing Vision products, we are delighted that Gary and the team at Cube Glass will now be able to take pride in the fact that in letting the light in, we are committed to providing our customers with the best-in-class rooflights available on the market.

“Whether Cube Glass customers are looking for fixed, opening, walk-out or walk-on rooflights, Glazing Vision offers the perfect solution.”

Gary Thorn, Founder and Managing Director of Cube Glass, said: “We are very pleased to have reached agreement with Glazing Vision to be an official distributor in Scotland of its products which are sold throughout Europe and in every state of the US.

“We believe Glazing Vision’s products will appeal to our high-end customers and beyond who demand top quality solutions to their spatial needs.

“We are in complete agreement with our new partner on the benefits of natural daylight on mental health and recognise how much better we all feel when we are subjected to more natural daylight which allows our bodies to absorb greater amounts of vitamin D.”

The partnership is the latest venture by Cube Glass, which already has fruitful relationships with Portugal-based specialist sliding door and curtain wall manufacturer, Panoramah, and high-end French design and engineering specialist Bel’M. The company has boasts supplier relationships with industry recognised specialists such as Senior Architectural Systems, Metal Technology and Schüco.

The Cumbernauld-based business has pushed its turnover to a record £4.5m in the year to October 2023, up from £3.25m in the previous year. It now hopes to consolidate future revenues around this level.

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