Following a record year in which they are due to break £9m turnover for the first time in their 38 year history, Yorkshire based uPVC and timber fabricator, Dempsey Dyer, has invested £100k in new machinery. The major investment includes new corner cleaners from Urban, enabling the fabricator to produce frames at a faster rate while retaining the exceptional quality for which they are renowned.

Managing director Peter Dyer comments: “Our financial year end (March 2016) looks set to be one of our strongest ever, with the uPVC and timber divisions forecast to deliver record sales of over £6.5m and £3m respectively. We want to really put our foot on the gas and continue this growth throughout 2016, so have decided to make investments right the way across the business. The new machinery is just the first of many improvements we plan to implement over the coming months.”

In 2016, Dempsey Dyer will be implementing a controlled expansion of their 64,000 square foot facility, enabling the fabricator to increase productivity and satisfy the record order book.

“We’ve already introduced a split shift in the timber factory and there are plans afoot to further increase the manufacturing output” Peter comments. “Next year will also see the launch of new products, ensuring we remain at the cutting edge of the continually evolving window and door marketplace.”

Established in 1977, Dempsey Dyer offers a comprehensive selection of uPVC and timber windows, doors and conservatories. uPVC frames are made with the Deceuninck 2500 and 2800 systems and are available in a wide choice of colours, including Deceuninck’s newly launched Heritage Colour Range. The uPVC range includes specialist products such as the Monorail patio door, which can span up to 6m wide, and the innovative Slide and Swing door. Timber products are available in a choice of timber species, including the high technology Accoya®, and have been carefully engineered to offer a lifespan measured in decades rather than years. Bridging the gap between the two materials is the Beaumont, a mechanically jointed window and door range that looks like timber but is in fact made with the Deceuninck 2800 system.

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