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Factory capacity increased to help power car revolution

Posted by Mark
November 28, 2014 in Mezzanine Flooring

A company leading the charge for electric vehicles has installed a new mezzanine floor into its flagship facilities.

Electric car solutions firm Chargemaster has fitted the  mezzanine flooring  mezzanine flooring to its factory on site at Luton Airport, in a response to growing demand.

Constructed last year, the 7,000 sq ft facility enables the company to roll out around 2,000 of its products each month

Already the producer of charging points for electric vehicles to the commercial and domestic markets, it is hoping that the rising trend for the cleaner vehicles continues. Contracts with the public sector are also increasing, as councils look to cut costs and fleet emissions.

It is this sentiment that is behind the installation of the mezzanine floors.

As many firms needing to meet a fast-growing demand have found in the past, the flooring offers a quick, reliable, efficient, and cost-effective solution.

Discussing the company’s present position and its latest raft of growth, the technical director for the group, Jeff Solomon, said:

“The decision to start our own production facility in early 2013 has proved to be a huge success ensuring we can keep up with buoyant customer demand. The mezzanine floor allows us to continue to expand to continue that growth.”

Mr Solomon went on to add that UK manufacturing is important for the firm, with the introduction of such solutions to existing facilities helping keep Chargemaster in the country. He added that feedback from customers has shown that being British-based is a big selling point.

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