Stevens Washrooms | Stevens Washroom Expansion.
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Stevens Washroom Expansion.

Stevens Washrooms expansion continues with a £480,000 investment in new machinery and facilities.

A new CNC machine now in operation, is  improving controls over production times and increasing versatility of supply for bespoke joinery items. A new Rehau edge bander has  been introduced and this will not only offer glass effect finish on edge panels but will improve quality and efficiency in production.

The new equipment is instrumental in speeding up production, freeing up time to spend on design processes and intensify the range of products to their customers.

The ever-increasing demand has outgrown the storage capacity so a further two storage units have been purchased at the Portsmouth production site doubling the capacity.

Ian Stevens the Managing Director plans to move the company to a much bigger site in 2020 in line with expansion of demand and clientele (estimated to be in excess of £6m) for their designs and products.

In the photograph’s Ian is discussing the companies’ new machinery with Amey Green – Lloyds Bank Regional Manager (for HP and Leasing).

Amey was reported as stating “We are committed to support business’s like Stevens Services that are going from strength to strength as part of our wider plan to help Britain prosper”.