Smethwick glass manufacturer secures £2.5m funding deal

UK - Specialist Birmingham glass manufacturer MiGlass Group (MiG) has secured a £2.5m funding package from Royal Bank of Scotland.  MiG - which is backed by private equity house Key Capital Partners - is one of the largest independent glass processors and glass manufacturers in Europe.

It operates from a 55,000 sq ft factory from which it provides a turnkey solution for all flat glass processing needs and specialises in flat glass decorative products for all markets.

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