Birkenhead glass manufacturer seals new deal with Barclays

A glass manufacturer from Birkenhead celebrating 20 years in business this year has acquired a new property and new substantial machinery with funding from Barclays to support the continued growth of the business.

K-Seal Glass Ltd has a long established reputation of manufacturing a vast range of glass products for the commercial, residential and bespoke market sectors.Set up by Keith Nethercott in 1994, the company went Limited in 1996 before going into partnership with ex-Pilkington director Stephen Woolley in 2000.Read more: https://bdaily.co.uk/industrials/01-07-2014/birkenhead-glass-manufacturer-seals-new-deal-with-barclays/ A glass manufacturer from Birkenhead celebrating 20 years in business this year has acquired a new property and new substantial machinery with funding from Barclays to support the continued growth of the business.  

K-Seal Glass Ltd has a long established reputation of manufacturing a vast range of glass products for the commercial, residential and bespoke market sectors.

Set up by Keith Nethercott in 1994, the company went Limited in 1996 before going into partnership with ex-Pilkington director Stephen Woolley in 2000.

Read more: https://bdaily.co.uk/industrials/01-07-2014/birkenhead-glass-manufacturer-seals-new-deal-with-barclays/

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