Landglass Tempering Furnaces Now Available From The Glass Machinery Company

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The Glass Machinery Company has recently added LandGlass Tempering Furnaces to its already extensive portfolio, with the new range including both flat and bending furnaces.

Recognised for providing quality glass processing equipment and customer support services across the UK, The Glass Machinery Company offers customers greater scope and tailored solutions that will improve efficiency and bring a fast ROI. LandGlass has an established reputation for providing high performance furnaces globally, and currently has more than 1000 LandGlass Furnaces in operation in over 50 countries. As a company LandGlass employs approximately 500 people who are passionate about meeting and exceeding customer expectations.

With specifications to match the highest standards of already well established furnace manufacturers, LandGlass is very well placed to offer a serious challenge to existing competitors in the sector.

Bill Pilkington, Sales Manager, The Glass Machinery Company comments, “With UK based support from a team of highly skilled engineers, customers of The Glass Machinery Company now have even greater business potential with the addition of LandGlass to the range, and as always, can be assured of a reliable and complete after sales service.”

Contact Bill, Phil or one of the engineering team to discuss project requirements. 01948 841574.

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