There’s often a reason for companies not to invest – talk of a market downturn or political uncertainty to name just two – but when a proactive company gets it right, it can be good for the business and even better for customers.
Peterborough-based glass and glazing specialist SafeGuard is pleased to report that business is on the up following a £1.3m investment into its manufacturing operation and a move into larger premises last year.
“Key to our success has been our continued desire to evolve and develop in order to improve our offering,” explains Nick Welsh, Managing Director at SafeGuard.
“Last year saw us move to 28,000ft2 premises as well as extend our manufacturing capabilities. As a result we have gone from strength to strength and with customers at the centre of everything we do, we will always strive to continuously improve our offering.
Most recently our investment has been in product development and we were delighted to bring to the market our fully certified EN1279 Parts 2 and 3 compliant range of heritage IGUs.
This is something we have worked on for the last 18 months and are delighted to be the first company in the UK to offer a fully certified solution.
“The achievement pays testament to the depth and breadth of technical, glass know-how SafeGuard has acquired during our 21-year heritage. Our philosophy has always been to provide Clear Solutions in Glass, with the focus being on Solutions. This philosophy has served us well over the past 21 years and we trust it will for many more to come.”