Iso-Chemie invests ahead of growth plans

Iso Chemie has relocated its UK operations to accommodate expansion and growth, says Andy Swift, sales and operations manager
Iso Chemie has relocated its UK operations to accommodate expansion and growth, says Andy Swift, sales and operations manager

Iso-Chemie has invested in new office and warehouse facilities to accommodate expansion and growth plans. In a move that’s also aimed at boosting customer service, the company’s office has been relocated to Slough, while distribution operations will be based out of a new warehouse in North London.

According to Iso-Chemie, the investment reinforces its strategy to develop solutions whatever may come of the Brexit situation. Relocating from its previous warehouse in the North West, the move allows inbound deliveries from Germany to arrive a day faster, enhancing delivery times.

New investment will result in UK customers, who include door and window installers, designers, architects and housebuilders, benefiting from quicker deliveries of foam sealant tape products from the company’s German manufacturing facility.

Customers will also be able to take advantage of a system that allows them to collect stock as well as receive next day deliveries, while architects and those responsible for technical specification of window and doors products, will be able to tap into expertise around the benefits of using specialist technology to secure air-tight solutions.

Andy Swift, sales and operations manager, commented: “We are seeing continued strong demand for our products from all sectors of the market. By making these investments now to support our operations, we will be well placed going forward to continue to provide customers with a fast, efficient and cost-effective service.”

In addition to foam sealing tapes, the company’s range of fire-rated structural products such as Iso-Top Winframer ‘TYPE 1’ E30, which is designed to protect an entire window area from fire for up to 30 minutes, will also be a key focus in the light of forthcoming changes to building regulations.