Liniar has invested £3million in a second PVCu mixing plant at its Denby, Derbyshire, HQ, to run in tandem with its existing unit.

Group managing director Martin Thurley said: “The completion of our new mixing plant allows us to increase capacity and enhance operational flexibility – both of which ensure we can continue our growth plans without compromising on either safety or customer service.

“Building in additional headroom ahead of the requirement to do so is a proven business model for Liniar and helps to assure Liniar’s continued customer service excellence as output increases.

The unit was officially opened by Scott Zuehlke, Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer and Mark Livingston, Vice President, Chief Accounting Officer and Controller, from the Quanex Senior Leadership Team.

Martin continued: “Quanex’s support enables us to continue to make further investments in our facilities, teams and logistics, all with sustainability in mind to reach our Net Zero target.”

He also gave credit to the team responsible for the project: “With a well-executed plan, they have not only delivered our world-class mixing facility on time and on budget, they’ve achieved this with virtually no disruption to the wider Liniar team and site.”

Liniar is already embarking on the next phase of its site expansion with the addition of a 350,000 sq. ft warehouse and manufacturing facility. 

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