Romag unveils new production line

Date: 16 December 2011
A FLAGSHIP North-East glass maker has trebled its manufacturing capacity with the installation of a new £1.5m production line.

Nine months after it was rescued from administration following a cash crisis, Romag, one of only two firms in the UK to assemble photovoltaic (pv) panels, said the latest investment was a sign of its growing confidence.

At the start os the year, Romag shares were suspended from trading on the Stock Exchange after it emerged that ex-chairman John Kennair had made a £3.97m payment to one of the firm's divisions without informing the board.

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