TuffX Gains Clear Cut Advantages Through 3rd Bottero Iinvestment

TuffX Processed Glass one of the UK’s leading specialist glass processors has recently invested in a new state-of-the-art Bottero cutting line to cope with the increasing demand for products in the Ambience & Processed Glass ranges.

This is the third cutting line installed at TuffX during the last 2 years and has been integrated into the company’s modern 50,000 sq ft facility at Knowsley to further streamline production methods.The installation has already helped to increase output of the ever more popular AmbiMax Oversize units and will enable the company to further diversify its already well recognised specialist glass range.

Streamlining production and modernising the facility enables TuffX to have complete control over quality standards, increasing production levels and improving manufacturing methods where necessary to ensure customers receive a faster, improved service. Substantial investment in Bottero equipment has been made since an initial cutting line was installed by TuffX in 1997. Since then a good relationship has been built up between the two companies over the years, as the reliability of the Bottero brand has proved excellent, helping to both improve productivity and maintain the highest production standards.

With this latest installation, the TuffX team can now process a wider variety of products for more complicated projects, with a priority placed on supplying customers with only the best in terms of quality and product performance. All products manufactured using the new Bottero system are guaranteed and conform to the latest industry regulations. The installation enables TuffX to design stronger, more energy-efficient products that will complement the existing range of specialist glasses and will allow the company to set new standards for both the architectural and domestic markets .

Graham Price, comments, “This company has developed a reputation for excellence throughout the UK and with this installation we intend to further raise our standards. We believe that as a market leader we must continuously evaluate the market and adapt production methods accordingly. This investment has been important in order to further establish the TuffX brand and substantiates our long standing business partnership with Bottero with further investment confirmed for 2014. He concludes, “TuffX continues to lead the market in the glass processing sector and we expect to increase our range substantially over the next few months.”

For more information on the TuffX range of specialist glasses then please visit the websites www.tuffxprocessedglass.co.uk www.ambiglass.co.uk or call 0845 3 400 200 to discuss your product needs.

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