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We were delighted to welcome to site Richard Holden MP, when we were given the opportunity to showcase our 125,000ft sq facilities and all the fantastic work that goes on within it. To look at the factory from the street, or from the air, you would never know that under our roof we produce some of the most complex, high performance glass across Architectural, Security, Transport, Rail and Solar PV markets. Toughening plants, printers, laminators, state of art clean rooms, autoclaves; Romag has it all. Thousands of glazing systems are produced every year under our roof, from simple laminates to complex bends and curves.

What makes Romag special is not just machinery and floor space.  What we have cannot be replicated; generations of employees in families that have worked for our business since the beginning, passing knowledge along the way.  All of whom bring a passion to the job; to push the boundaries of what is physically possible with glass.

Speaking after his visit, Richard said “I was delighted to visit Romag and see the great work they are doing both across the UK and internationally in defence, transport and architecture. The positive attitude of the work force is second to none and it is clear that there is a good working relationship between everyone at the firm. I look forward to working with them and will do anything I can as the local MP to support their ongoing success”

Harry Moore, MD at Romag said: “We were delighted to welcome Richard to Roamg and be able to showcase our capabilities, and we are proud of what we do every day.  Our people really are second to none, they are the technical ability, the character and the lifeblood of our business”.

Pictured L-R:  Harry Moore, Richard Holden MP, Doug Oliver and Kevin Webster.

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