Four skylights an hour

sunsquareIn a year that reportedly saw ‘extraordinary sales growth’, Bury St. Edmunds based skylight manufacturer, Sunsquare, says it is now capable of producing four skylights an hour, following a £250,000 investment into a five-axis machine centre.
Sunsquare’s latest arrivals are three Elumatic machinery centres enabling a reportedly ‘swift and cost-effective’ production process.

In addition, the ribbon has just been cut to its new glazing factory, which separates the two main production phases for each skylight. Whilst one factory is home to the latest machinery for creating frames and upstands, the other houses the preparation and installation of the glass.

Justin Seldis, MD of Sunsquare (pictured with colleague James Boughton), commented: “In 2015 we are taking our internal processes several steps further. A bespoke piece of software will allow an unprecedented chain of events to unfold creating the world’s first seamless rooflights order-to-delivery system.”

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