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Second Luna R investment for Epwin Window Systems

Epwin Window Systems has taken delivery of its second Luna R automatic profile lamination machine, which further increases the company’s foiling capacity. ...

Haffner Murat wins Machinery Supplier of the Year in the NFA Awards 2020

Leading machinery experts Haffner Murat has just been announced as the joint winner of the Machinery Supplier of the Year category of...

Apeer’s Year of Investment and Growth

Apeer has invested £285,000 in machinery in the last 12 months, with even more planned for 2021. With this...

Conservatory Outlet boosts manufacturing capability with £500,000 investment

The UK’s leading manufacturer of high-quality windows, doors, home extensions and conservatory products has pressed the button on a new £500,000 investment...

TuffX’s Million-Metre Milestone

Toughened glass specialist TuffX has recently processed it’s one millionth linear metre of glass, on the Bovone ELB 12 HS straight line...

A bespoke solution from Haffner Murat

Leading machinery specialists, Haffner Murat have reported a significant upturn in enquiries from PVC-U and aluminium fabricators interested in using automation in...

Weatherbreak Windows Invests in Second Kombimatec Machining Centre

Luton based fabricator, WeatherBreak Windows, has responded to a marked increase in demand for its high-quality aluminium product range, with the addition...

Burbage Custom Windows purchase more Haffner Murat machinery to support growth investment

Burbage Custom Windows has invested in additional Haffner Murat machinery to support its recent business expansion. Dan Richards from Burbage Custom Windows,...

Haffner Murat’s machines support Mercury Glazing’s continued growth strategy

Haffner Murat has installed three pieces of new fabrication machinery for specialist trade fabricator Mercury Glazing Supplies to support their ambitious growth...

Investment in new machining centre to increase SupaLite success

Renowned tile roof manufacturer SupaLite has invested around £300,000 in a new Haffner machining centre at its headquarters in Preston.
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