Want To Get Into Aluminium? KallKwik Says It’s Here To Help.

by | Jan 9, 2024 | Machinery

With Insight Data’s State of the Industry Report showing that the number of aluminium manufacturers is growing fast, KallKwik is here to dispel some of the misconceptions surrounding the material, urging fabricators to invest in aluminium manufacturing to maximise their profits and grow their businesses.

Many window fabricators have been apprehensive about manufacturing aluminium products alongside their existing PVCu offering, due to perceived costs and anticipated changes required in their production processes. However, KallKwik is keen to debunk this myth, highlighting the benefits that aluminium manufacturing offers to their customers.

According to KallKwik, contrary to what many have said in the past, aluminium manufacturing boasts higher profit margins compared to PVCu, presenting fabricators with a promising avenue for business growth. And says the company, additionally, the wider range of aluminium systems that can be produced offers a more diverse range of products that can be offered to homeowners.

Andy Worroll, business development manager at KallKwik, says “The misconception that aluminium manufacturing is costly and difficult is just not true. With a decent mitre saw, crimpers, and the right knowledge, fabricators can seamlessly integrate aluminium into their operations.”

According to the company, KallKwik stands as a reliable partner for companies looking to diversify their ranges and give their customers more choices. KallKwik offers a range of machines, which it says includes top-quality, budget-friendly equipment from Schtec. KallKwik says it also provides expert guidance to optimise factory layouts, consult on machine acquisitions, and offer essential after-sales support.

Andy affirms, “At KallKwik, we understand the concerns fabricators may have. Our goal is to make the transition into aluminium manufacturing as smooth as possible. With the exceptional range from Schtec and our expert advice, fabricators have a winning combination to expand their product offerings and maximise their profits.”


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