Injection moulder completes £1,000,000 investment programme

glazpartBanbury based Glazpart, the specialist injection moulding company, has completed a two year investment programme that has seen £1,000,000 of capital investment in the business, reportedly leading to increased sales and new markets.

The money invested has been spent across the business, doubling the company’s capacity for the vacuum foil processing of three-dimensional components. It has also been used to purchase a ‘state of the art’ Sodi-tech hole borer alongside spark and wire eroders and the latest Deckel Maho milling machines, as well as an array of the latest Engels injection moulding machines, ranging from 28t to 220t.

Glazpart reports that these investments have been supported with IT and software upgrades, the recruitment of an apprentice in the company’s tool room and new product innovations such as the new Link-Vent trickle ventilator, which according to Glazpart, has ‘significantly reduced’ the length of ventilator fitted to windows as required for meeting the governments building regulations (Approved document F 2010).

Sales and marketing manager, Dean Bradley, said: “This investment programme significantly benefits our customers as we strive for ever higher quality, on time delivery, whilst investing to manage our future costs.

“The investments will benefit our ventilation, glazing accessories and surface finishing services. Our vacuum foiling capability is one of the largest capacity production lines in Europe, foiling cill joints, end caps and components as well as conservatory and plastic decking products.

“The Glazpart tool room is now a state of the art facility with some of the most accurate and fastest equipment available.”

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