New CNC machine investment to drive down lead times for Euramax SolutionsPosted on: February 22, 2022
Leading uPVC window and door manufacturer Euramax Solutions has invested £300k in a new CNC machine at its 205,000 square foot facility in Barnsley.
The upgrade to the Avantek’s SuperCut cutting and machining centre will drive down lead times, significantly improve dimensional accuracy, and improve reliability by around 5-10%.
And with the company supplying to the off-site and modular construction sectors, national builders’ merchants, new build and holiday home and leisure markets, the new investment will strengthen its lean manufacturing and highly efficient ‘just in time approach.
Euramax Solutions Managing Director Nick Cowley said: “Our customers expect our products to be to the exact same high-quality standard and ready to go on arrival every time.
“Upgrading to the latest generation of CNC machinery will make our uPVC profile processing and cutting even quicker, even more, accurate in terms of cut size, preparation details, handles, and even more reliable.”
“As one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of uPVC windows and doors, we pride ourselves on being a real asset as a supplier with our quality and service and it’s important for us to be able to fulfil customer orders as quickly as possible. Our new CNC machine will help us to continue to do that; it’s a significant investment and shows the confidence in the market that we have.”
Euramax Solutions Limited belongs to parent company Modular Group Investments Limited (MGI). For more information, call 0330 1340 290 or email email@example.com.
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