We have twelve production plants located in Europe and North America, with a total manufacturing area of 1,780,000 ft2. They are located in Poland, Croatia, the United Kingdom and in the United States. Their location, production capacity, certification and product range make our company unique in terms of effective response to demands of addressable markets.
Each plant specializes in producing a different range of products and meeting different expectations, yet together they create an effective network of connections.
Increase of production area
Our plants are equipped with 40 IGU production lines, 20 tempering furnaces including one furnace for the production of curved glass. We produce up to 275,000 ft2 of IGU’s daily.
Radomsko (Poland) – production area: 680,000 ft2
The plant services the largest Customers from across Europe, in North America and on other continents, who expect the widest assortment of products and services from our entire offer.
Tychy (Poland) – production area: 130,000 ft2
The plant produces the most complex products in the company’s range, mainly for the interior and commercial facade markets. It also supports other plants.
Tczew (Poland) – production area: 150,000 ft2
The plant serves the Scandinavian market and window frame manufacturers in northern Poland.
Miętno (Poland) – production area: 220,000 ft2
The plant produces IGU’s for window frame manufacturers in northern-west Poland and western Europe.
Nowa Wieś (Poland) – The Company Headquarters
Location of the Company Headquarters. Previously also the site of the original manufacturing plant, closed to manufacturing in 2015.
Varaždin (Croatia) – production area: 180,000 ft2
The plant produces IGU’s for window frame manufacturers across southern Europe.
Swansea (HQ), Port Talbot, Cardiff, Peterborough, Barnsley, Cumbernauld (United Kingdom) – total production area of 320,000 ft2
The plants produce glass units for the United Kingdom’s window frame manufacturers.
Stoneville (US) – production area: 100,000 ft2
The plant supplies the commercial glazing industry in the Mi- and Southern Atlantic area.
We constantly modify our manufacturing processes and change habits to limit the negative effect on the environment.
In order to facilitate the changes, we have adopted ISO 14001, the worldwide management system for environmental protection.