TuffX Makes Further Investment To Meet Growing Demand

Date: 28 August 2015

Leading specialist glass processor, TuffX has made further investments in advanced technology with the installation of a new Intermac master 33 cnc centre.

As demand for the company’s premium processed glass range continues to increase, senior management have increased production capacity and efficiency with an eye on the developing glass market.The new equipment is highly adaptable and allows the company to achieve greater manufacturing parameters of up to 4000mm on a variety of glass from 6mm to 25mm.Graham Price comments, “As design and performance continue to become more dynamic across the glazing and construction industries, it is imperative that we can meet and exceed customer expectation.Technical investment for TuffX enables us to give our customers greater business scope.

We believe that as a market leader we must continuously evaluate the market and adapt production methods accordingly to meet demand. This investment helps us to further establish the TuffX brand.”

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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