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SuperFOIL’s £500k investment sees production jump eightfold

  • 23 Jan 2024

A £500k investment is helping insulation experts SuperFOIL achieve an eight-fold increase in production capacity.

The Lincoln-based business has acquired custom-made machinery that’s allowed it to bring all its manufacturing in-house.

Previously, the company’s manual line could produce 250 rolls of multifoil a week. With its new setup, it can produce 400 rolls a day.

As a result, it’s better able to meet growing demand for its breathable multifoil insulation products, following record sales to leading brands such as Travis Perkins, Aldi and Screwfix.

SuperFOIL Managing Director Will Bown comments: “Over the last 26 years, we’ve constantly strived to improve our products, build an experienced team, and invest in the state-of-the-art machinery that will let us provide our customers with even better quality and performance.

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“Our most recent investment is just the latest step in that process.

“As we aim to scale-up our production capabilities, the new technology will help us manufacture raw materials in the UK, and implement strict standards for in-house quality control, waste management, and emission reduction.

“Ultimately, we want to bring outstanding multifoil insulation to more homes and buildings around the UK, and help make Britain a more sustainable, thermally efficient place to be.”

For more information visit www.superfoil.co.uk/

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