Morley Glass makes £1m move to larger premises to double production capacity

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Increased demand for Uni-Blind® sealed units with integral blinds has led Morley Glass & Glazing to move to larger premises in Leeds, West Yorkshire.

Morley Glass & Glazing is Europe’s largest ScreenLine® integral blind fabricator and is investing more than £1m moving to a 40,000 sq ft factory and office space, doubling its production capacity, tripling its footprint and creating eight new jobs.

The move, this week, to Unit 3 at Leeds 27 Industrial Estate, just off the M62, is the company’s third move in 18 years and will accommodate its recent 30% year-on-year growth record.

Ian Short, managing director of Morley Glass that employs 58 people, said: “The quality of our products and our investment in customer service, plus our 10-day delivery commitment, is resulting in record growth, which is set to continue.“

The new premises will allow us to work more efficiently, invest in new machinery, improve our showroom, take on more staff and install a new customer training facility.

We’re also planning to introduce exclusive new ScreenLine® products and continue to attract more trade window and door fabricators and installers.”

The Uni-Blinds® range provides the widest choice of integral blinds in double and triple glazed units, with all manual, solar and motorised versions available in the industry’s shortest lead-time of 10 days from any Friday.

Morley Glass & Glazing provides unrivalled technical support for Uni-Blinds® customers too, being the only UK supplier of integral blinds to have dedicated customer support engineers on the road.

It also stocks the largest range of ScreenLine® system spare parts in Europe with the enlarged factory enabling it to stock £750,000 of Screenline® components with most parts supplied within 24 hours.

600450 Morley Glass makes £1m move to larger premises to double production capacity
Date: 6 July 2016

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