Cube Glass has doubled its capacity with a £600,000-plus investment in new premises.

The fabricator/installer has moved into an 8,400sqft custom-designed factory close to its previous 4,200 sq ft premises in Cumbernauld’s Tannoch Place, which it has now let. The move will also give the company a showroom for the first time.

Founder and Managing Director Gary Thorn, pictured, said: “We had originally planned to extend to meet increasing demand, but the opportunity to buy the new premises arose at just the right time.

“It has all been funded from company resources, without any outside investment, and the fit-out, including the showroom, meeting rooms and air-conditioned offices, make the new premises like a brand-new factory. I have to thank Senior Architectural Systems, Metal Technology and Schüco, who contributed elements such as windows and doors.

“We have also invested £170,000 on a new CNC machine which will greatly streamline and accelerate the manufacturing process, allowing us to improve productivity, accuracy and further satisfy client needs.”

The new showroom will feature supplier products such as sliding and bifold doors, curtain walling and windows, as well as entrance doors by French manufacturer Bel’M.

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