Export success for UK manufacturer of powder coatings Thermaset

  • 16 Jan 2015

Export boost for Thermaset

The export orders from Norway and Spain for Thermaset Limited, a Tamworth based manufacturer of powder coatings, follows the recent announcement of plans to invest three quarters of a million pounds in plant and production machinery in 2015 which will help double production capacity.

Traditionally, powder coating has not been regarded as a prime export-oriented product, but Thermaset’s success in supplying powder for overseas projects demonstrate the company’s intentions of moving more actively into export markets.

Thermaset Commercial Manager, Nigel Crane

Thermaset’s commercial manager, Nigel Crane: “We were delighted to supply these two important orders and intend to look for more opportunities to share our knowledge, expertise and products overseas and, in the process, expand our customer base. We will be marking 30 years in business in 2015 and what better way to start our celebrations than with export success.  We are known in the UK powder coating sector for our stability and reliability and for having one of the biggest ranges of stock powders,”

Thermaset supplies many well known brands such as Next, Tesco, Footlocker, M&S directly and through a network of approved trade coaters. 

Customers include automotive manufacturers, architects, furniture and household goods, garden equipment suppliers, sports equipment and many more. 

The company also offers a bespoke colour matching service.

Thermaset
Claire Works
Anders
Lichfield Road Industrial Estate 
Tamworth
Staffordshire 
United Kingdom
B79 7TA
Website: www.thermaset.co.uk
Email:[email protected]

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