By adding a new mezzanine floor, expanding factory floor space by 460 m sq, the factory is now able to include a dedicated research and development area, a larger quality control station and a new blind track bending facility a service Oceanair is now carrying out on site. According to Oceanair, the space will enable it to accommodate the continued growth of its product range and the growing demand for more complex blind shapes and sizes.
Crucially, lead times will now be shorter, something that will allow the company to even better meet the tight deadlines of its superyacht projects. Oceanair also has plans for a second phase of expansion set that will commence in December and include a new showroom.
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