Epwin Window Systems announces investment in new warehouse and distribution centre in Telford

Epwin Window Systems announces investment in new warehouse and distribution centre in Telford
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Date: 12 March 2019

The company is also about to expand its extrusion capacity by more than 40% and increase foiling capacity by a further 30%.

The UK’s most successful systems supplier, Epwin Window Systems, has just announced investment in a new 300,000 square foot distribution centre in Telford, Shropshire. Clare O’Hara, Managing Director at Epwin Window Systems, said: “We are making a significant investment in a brand new, state-of-the-art warehouse and distribution centre which will open in Telford by the end of the year.”

Clare continued: “We are committed to investing for the future and delivering exceptional products and service to the UK market as demand continues to grow. The new warehouse and distribution centre will help us to do that.”

The new facility is just one part of a wider programme of investment for Epwin Window Systems this year. The company is also about to expand its extrusion capacity by more than 40% and increase foiling capacity by a further 30%. And alongside investment in its facilities, product development continues apace. The countdown to the launch of a new star performer has already begun and the announcement looks set to be the biggest at this year’s FIT Show.

Clare commented: “2019 will be a big year for Epwin Window Systems as we continue to set the standard for investment and innovation in the industry.”

Epwin Window Systems is the longest-established and most successful systems supplier in the UK industry. Its success is down to its willingness to invest in the business to ensure it delivers across the board for its customers.

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