Synseal Acquires K2 Brands and Assets

1st May 2012: Synseal Extrusions Ltd has today acquired the glass and roof manufacturing assets and trade of K2 Conservatories Ltd for an undisclosed sum.

David Leng CEO of Synseal said: “The trading brands of Celsius Glass and K2 Roofs are well respected and successful. We will be continuing to invest in these brands to further improve the range of choices available to our customers and the existing customers of Celsius and K2. “This is an important addition to our launch earlier in the year of Global Glass™ and means we can now be highly efficient in the production of both roof and window glass, in turn helping our customers to compete more effectively. “The business will continue to trade with the current sales structure and from the existing sites. I am delighted that Sally Fielding will remain with the business to ensure a smooth transition and to help to retain and develop the key brand values.”

Sally Fielding commented: “The K2 and Celsius brands are important to me and I am delighted that I will continue to be involved with them as they come under the Synseal family of brands. David and the team have impressed me with their plans for K2 and Celsius and I believe that our existing and new customers will enjoy tremendous benefits through Synseal’s investment and support.“

Enquiries for K2 roofs and Celsius Glass should continue to be directed to existing contacts.

For further information please contact your area manager or marketing team.

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