Schuco Launches New London Technical Office

Date: 29 November 2007
Source: Schuco
As part of a major expansion programme driven by sharply increased UK sales of its window,  door and façade systems and solar products, Schüco has set up a new London-based  technical office.

Known as ‘Project Office London’, it effectively doubles the company’s ability  to provide Schüco customers all over the UK with a wide variety of technical support


The new facility draws on the expertise of the technical team of Schüco Engineering  Services (SES). The expansion sees SES changing its focus from dealing with external  clients to becoming a project team dedicated to satisfying the growing demands of Schüco  customers. Schüco has recruited a very experienced new manager, Gavin Snowdon, to  oversee the team which will concentrate primarily, but not exclusively, on servicing Schüco

customers in London and the South.

The services that the new office is offering mirror those available from Schüco’s  Project Office at its headquarters in Milton Keynes, which in future will concentrate primarily  on servicing northern and central areas of the UK. They include technical advice, project  design work, architectural visits and a Building Physics Service covering calculations,  standards, ‘U’ values and oversize approvals.

600450 Schuco Launches New London Technical Office
Date: 29 November 2007
Source: Schuco

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