Glazerite opens new showroom
The Glazerite UK Group has unveiled a brand-new showroom at its North West Division in Bolton, following major investment at the site. To celebrate its launch, the fabricator welcomed a number of customers and key suppliers along to an open day last month.
The showroom is a first for Glazerite and was created by the fabricator as an opportunity to showcase its comprehensive product range to customers, and to assist its employees with product training.
On display are its three flush sash options as well as the Veka range, door options from the likes of Doorco and Solidor, plus door furniture and hardware.
Jeff Dunn, group sales & marketing director, said: “We’re delighted with the space we’ve created and what we’ve been able to showcase. We’ve worked with a number of our suppliers like Veka, the Residence Collection, Blinds in Glass, Kubu, Doorco, Ultion and Sweet to put together a dynamic display of the products we have available for customers.”
The development of the showroom follows a 2019 Glazerite investment to double the size of its North West Division, in order to improve performance and capacity. Customers and suppliers attending the open day were also welcomed around the new facilities to see how the investment has been spent on improving efficiencies in production.
Nick Dutton of Brisant Secure said: “I was really impressed with what Glazerite has done with the showroom and it’s certainly the best I’ve seen from a trade fabricator. Both the showroom and the day itself turned out brilliantly, and it’s great to see everything Glazerite offers under one roof, including a bespoke display we worked on together of our own Ultion and Sweet products.”
Jeff concluded: “Completing the showroom has been a massive effort from our team and it’s really paid off. We wanted to mark the occasion with an event but with business being as busy as it is at the minute, we weren’t sure what uptake we’d actually get. However, the turnout was great from customers and some of our key suppliers and it was really nice for our staff to be able to put names to faces again after all this time.”