Pasquill, one of the
UK’s leading supplier of roof trusses, has invested over £6.7million in its
manufacturing plants and design centres over the last five years.
This year £2.5million has
been invested in equipment, technology and infrastructure as part of a
long-term strategy to improve performance, sustainability and efficiency.
Most notably, Pasquill’s
site in Chorley, Lancashire, is currently undergoing a multi-million-pound
redevelopment, delivered via a five-phase plan that will cement its position as
the leading roof truss manufacturer in the north west.
The infrastructure works
began in November 2018, and Phases one to three will be completed by the end of
November 2019. Included in the three phases are the refurbishment of the
cassette and spandrel production buildings, the sawmill building and welfare
facilities on site, allowing Pasquill Chorley to increase its capacity by
Bodmin site in Cornwall has received an investment of over £200k, which allows
for additional storage and yard space, plus a doubling of metalwork room space.
The site has also received state-of-the-art equipment, including an AV Birch
Uni-roll Posi press machine which will increase output by around 40% and
support the increase in demand for its customers.
The equipment replacement
programme also continues with over £200k investment for two new semi-automated
EC800 single blade saws at Pasquill’s Stoney Stanton and Chorley factories.
Gabriel Prior, Continuous
Improvement Director for the OSS Division, said: “We are continuously investing
in all our sites across the UK to ensure they are running efficiently and
performing at the cutting edge. These investments will allow us to design and
manufacture quality products more efficiently, giving our teams the tools to
bring our clients’ visions to life.”