Morley Glass & Glazing expands production with £700,000 investment

Left to right: Ian Short, managing director of Morley Glass and Glazing; Oguzhan Kukul, mechanical engineer at Best Makina and Jolyian Lee, agent and engineer, JSL Euromatics.
Left to right: Ian Short, managing director of Morley Glass and Glazing; Oguzhan Kukul, mechanical engineer at Best Makina and Jolyian Lee, agent and engineer, JSL Euromatics.
Left to right: Ian Short, managing director of Morley Glass and Glazing; Oguzhan Kukul, mechanical engineer at Best Makina and Jolyian Lee, agent and engineer, JSL Euromatics.
Left to right: Ian Short, managing director of Morley Glass and Glazing; Oguzhan Kukul, mechanical engineer at Best Makina and Jolyian Lee, agent and engineer, JSL Euromatics.

Morley Glass & Glazing, which specialises in manufacturing Uni-Blind sealed units with ScreenLine integral blinds inside, has invested £700,000 to increase production capacity at its factory in Leeds.

The fast-growing business has added a second IGU production line to the 50,000ft2 factory premises it moved into 12 months ago. It can reportedly now manufacture 3,000 sealed units with integral blinds inside per week.

Ian Short, managing director at Morley Glass & Glazing, said: “We moved into these larger premises last year and used the opportunity to set up a production line specifically to manufacture sealed units with integral blinds inside. At the time, we invested in a 58m long automated sealed unit production line from Best Makina. We’ve been so impressed with the quality and efficiency of the equipment that we’ve now invested in a second line to further enhance our capacity and meet customer demand for our popular product range.”

Morley Glass has achieved 30% year-on-year growth as demand continues to increase for its Uni-Blind sealed units with ScreenLine blinds inside, and the company says this growth is set to continue.

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