Cornwall Glass Extend Reach With The Opening Of Exeter Glass Centre

Cornwall Glass Group mark their presence as a regional player in the South West with the opening of a new branch at Exeter.

The Exeter Glass Centre, which opened during November 2005, is the ninth branch of the South West’s largest family owned company.

Exeter Glass Centre, housed in spacious premises at the Sowton Industrial Estate, is easily accessed from Exeter and a stone’s throw from the M5. Carrying 150 tonnes of glass Exeter Glass Centre offers the widest range of glass and glazing products available from stock in Devon.

The branch will supply the groups own BS EN 1279 compliant and BSI kitemarked sealed units and new range of high performance conservatory units. Exeter Glass Centre will also offer extensive processing facilities, both in-house and within the group, drilling, sandblasting, straight and shaped bevelling to name a few services.

Mark Mitchell, managing director said “We are proud to offer our wide range of quality products and commitment to customer service to new customers in the Exeter and surrounding areas.” This expansion signifies the group’s ambition to reach further into the South West. Mr Mitchell adds “Our goal is to establish a respected regional presence. We are looking forward to continued success during 2006 that will see our position and reputation in the South West’s marketplace cemented and extended.”

600450 Cornwall Glass Extend Reach With The Opening Of Exeter Glass Centre
Date: 13 February 2006
Source: Cornwall Glass Group

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