Positive Results for The Glass Machinery Company

Leading glass machinery provider, The Glass Machinery Company has seen significant growth this year with key industry players already making large investment commitments for 2016.

The sales growth over the last 12 months further substantiates the high calibre products and support services provided by the company, which has attracted steady investment by companies including Mid Devon Glass, T4, KLG and latterly MiGlass.The Glass Machinery Company team is now recognised as a leading UK distributor for a number of European glass machinery providers.Strong customer liaison and training services together with a broad product range that includes premium equipment from Benteler, Fratelli Pezza, CMS and Bovone, to name but a few, has resulted in the company achieving a stronger corporate position nationally.

Located near the central motorway network, the company’s main administrative and storage headquarters are based in a modern office and warehouse facility in Shropshire.  This facility provides ample space for storage of stock and ancillary products enabling The Glass Machinery Company team to provide a slick and efficient customer service nationwide.

With one of the widest ranges of technologically advanced glass equipment on the market, the team is committed to providing installation and delivery services that will exceed expectation, which existing and new customers have quickly grasped.

In a commitment to provide only the highest standards, the team has worked hard to reinforce the competitive advantage gained from investment in the range, spares and service support.

The company is now recognised for supplying market leading brands that will simplify production methods and yield greater profit margins for customers. The after care services reflect the company’s high standards as well as the team’s commitment to provide quality and reliability at a realistic cost.

With an emphasis placed on professionalism and a progressive approach to installation and training, focus for the team remains consistently high.

Phil Birchall, Managing Director comments, “We endeavour to establish a strong working relationship with our customers and as such are now considered a serious contender when it comes to supplying and installing glass machinery.  This is reflected in the orders that have already been placed with us for next year.  Companies which have previously dominated the sector have lost ground this year.

The Glass Machinery Company is positive and intends to set a benchmark for others to follow as 2015 comes to a close.  We are sending a clear, strong and confident message to the industry that investment in this company will lead to improved production methods and fast ROI.”

Phil Birchall concludes, “We are committed to provide only the best, which will lead to further growth, not just for this company but for our customers as we head into a new business year.” 

For more information on the range of glass machinery solutions available please visit www.theglassmachinerycompany.co.uk

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Date: 14 December 2015
Source: www.theglassmachinerycompany.co.uk

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