Trade and retail fabricator Bedfordshire Windows has just invested in a FOM Industrie Adir C CNC Machining Centre from Haffner Murat. The investment will help the company meet growing demand for its aluminium bifolding doors.
Tom Pitts, Director at Bedfordshire Windows, said: “We’ve seen demand for aluminium bifolds increase considerably so we took the decision to bring manufacturing in-house. The Adir C CNC Machining Centre ticked all the boxes on what we needed from our machinery and we are delighted with the purchase.”
As well as the quality and capabilities of the Adir C CNC Machining Centre, Tom also praises the support his company received from Haffner Murat. “The service and support we received from Bryan Dando and the whole Haffner Murat team was superb. They’ll certainly be our first port of call when we make our next investment.”
The Adir C CNC Machining Centre is part of a wider programme of expansion for Bedfordshire Windows. It currently supplies trade customers within a 50 mile radius of its Kempston base but has plans to spread its reach further. To help it achieve this goal, the company has already moved into a new 7,000 sq ft manufacturing plant and has plans to expand its aluminium range.
The Adir C CNC Machining Centre has proved incredibly popular since Haffner Murat brought it to the market and one look at its credentials explains why. It is a 3-axis controlled unit that speeds up production, improves quality and is extremely user-friendly. With the current growth for aluminium products, it’s a machine that allows fabricators to compete at every level.