Regency Celebrate 25 years in business

Regency Glass Ltd, Leigh, Lancs, will celebrate 25-years of continued business on 21st June 2008. A staff celebration is to be held at a local venue with many suppliers also invited.

There will be a charity raffle in aid of the Wigan and Leigh Hospice with some excellent prizes available - one lucky member of staff may will win an additional fully paid weeks holiday, giving them a 3-week Christmas break. Other prizes include electronic gadgets, signed sports memorabilia and champagne.

Regency are a major manufacturer of sealed units, producing over 10,000 per week. With 3 automated production lines and in house toughening plant, Regency can supply most sealed unit and safety glass solutions.

Fully Kitemarked, they hold licences for BS EN1279 including part 3 for gas filled units and EN12150/EN12600 for heat tempered safety glass.

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600450 Regency Celebrate 25 years in business
Date: 24 June 2008
Source: Sales and Marketing at Regency Glass

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