Kingfisher Windows expands operations
Epwin Window Systems’ fabricator Kingfisher Windows has completed a £1million plus investment on the relocation to new extended premises, marking a significant milestone in the company’s continued growth strategy.
Strategically located just 400 yards from Junction 27 on the M62/M621 and five miles south of Leeds City Centre, the move to expanded facilities underscores the company’s commitment to meeting the increasing demand for its products across the North and Northwest of England.
Deborah Beeley, sales and marketing manager at Kingfisher Windows, commented: “The new premises have been designed to further streamline our efficiencies and this largescale investment, which includes the purchase of several new automated machines, will further increase our production capacity. The expansion is a testament to our dedication to meeting the evolving needs of the market and ensuring customer satisfaction.”
The new facility includes modern, open-plan offices and a state-of-the-art manufacturing centre equipped to enhance production output, streamline operations and continue delivering a high-quality service to its valued customers. Deborah said: “This move marks a significant step forward for Kingfisher Windows and aligns with our vision for sustained business growth.”
Kingfisher Windows manufactures a comprehensive range of products from Epwin, including the Stellar aluminium window and door system, the Optima PVC-U window and door system and the PatioMaster sliding door system.