MP Martyn Day learned of Window Supply Company’s growth since its beginnings less than five years ago when he visited the fabricator’s new head office and manufacturing site recently.

The member for Linlithgow and Falkirk heard how the company had grown from 26 staff to the claim of the biggest trade window fabricator in Scotland, employing nearly 170 at the new 105,000sqft factory and its ten trade counters around northern Britain.

He also learned of the company’s commitment to recycling, including facilities at all its trade counters for collecting old PVCu windows, as well as its support for the local community including sports sponsorship and charity fundraising.

Directors Duncan Murray and Martin Linden outlined the company’s recent £200,000 investment in CNC aluminium window and door fabrication machinery as well as its plans to grow its trade counter network with new branches planned south of the border.

The MP thanked them, saying: “Always great to hear about a local business who, despite a challenging climate, are developing, growing, and thriving, while providing skilled jobs for local people”. 

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