Epwin Glass unaffected by glass shortage

Epwin Glass unaffected by glass shortage
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Recent reports suggest there is a glass shortage in the UK that is threatening to affect the supply of glass IGUs to the industry.

But Katrina Earl, Epwin Glass National Sales Manager, has good news for Epwin Glass customers: “We have got healthy stocks on all types of glass and are not experiencing the problems that seem to be affecting other suppliers. For us, it’s very much business as usual.”

It’s a reassuring statement for a company that is renowned for the breadth and quality of its product range and the strength of its service.

Epwin Glass currently holds 145 glass types and has over 550 tonnes of glass in stock. The range covers decorative, noise insulation, safety and security, self-cleaning, solar control and thermal insulation glass. All products are manufactured in the UK in Northampton and comply with relevant legislation and WERs and offer exceptional product quality.

The company’s service is similarly impressive. It is committed to continuous improvement and recent investment has taken turnaround times, efficiency and productivity to a whole new level. It is the only glass business in the country that has a spare piece of machinery for every part of the process. This allows the company to maintain a high level of customer service and reliability even when the inevitable breakdowns occur.

So if you’re looking for a diverse, high quality and reliable glass supplier, look no further than Epwin Glass.

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