KV Rollers sets out expansion plans
Cwmbran, UK – KV Rollers, a maker of rollers for print and industrial applications has recently invested £750,000 (€1.02 million) in plant and machinery at its new factory in Cwmbran, UK, and is projected to increase turnover by 20 percent this year, the company announced in a press release.
Stating that the number of its orders had grown over the past six months, KV Rollers said that it had invested in an advanced milling machine, the Mazak VTC 820, as part of its plans to expand into supplying machine manufacturers as well as end users.
“We are now… leaders in the design, production and refurbishment of industrial rollers, and in creating bespoke rubber compounds,” said managing director Kevin Lower commenting on the company's expansion plans.
The firm has also brought Tim Hudson on board as commercial Director, head hunting him from , Böttcher, one of its closest competitors.