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ISO-Chemie invests in new factory

January 2021

ISO-Chemie is investing in its international infrastructure to accommodate expansion plans.  The company is constructing an additional warehouse at its factory HQ in Aalen, Germany, to double capacity.  New investment will allow UK customers to continue to benefit from rapid deliveries of foam sealant tapes.

Customers will also continue to be able to collect UK stock, as well as receive next day deliveries, while architects and specifiers can tap into the company’s expertise in energy-efficient solutions.

“We are seeing strong demand for our products from all sectors of the market.  By making these investments now to support operations, we will remain well placed to provide customers with a fast, efficient and cost-effective service,” says Andy Swift, Sales and Operations Manager: UK & ROI.

“Indeed, the additional warehouse at our German factory ensures production keeps up with expected demand. With innovative products and construction increasing, we look forward to the next 12 months, particularly as building houses to higher air and thermal standards remains a priority.”

“This is an important message that will continued to be pushed throughout 2021 to architects and other property specifiers. There are effective products out there to ensure that airtightness and thermal efficiency within buildings should never be overlooked or ignored - it’s a matter of designing in these products,” concludes Swift.


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