Uni-Blind production unaffected by Italian strikes

  • 7 Jan 2015

After loading up at Pellini in Italy, Morley Glass and Glazing was ready to ensure its UK Uni-Blinds customers weren’t affected by recent strikes

Despite much of Italy’s transport systems and public services coming to a halt in December, when scheduled strikes took place across the country, Morley Glass ensured that there were no delays to its customers. They endeavoured to collect ScreenLine integral blinds from its Italian supplier to ensure UK customers, who were waiting to receive Uni-Blinds, would experience no delays.

The ScreenLine integral blind is built into the Uni-Blind system, making it an essential element in its production.

After Pellini advised that the organised strikes were likely to have an impact on transport links, Morley Glass made the decision to send their vehicle to the factory, addressing the risk of their customers having their orders postponed.

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