It’s a racing certainty that staff at Scottish glass and aluminium specialist Cube Glass think the fast-growing firm is not a bad place to work. In fact, you could probably say that they’d bet on it. And odds-on favourite in the popularity stakes last month was Founder and Managing Director
Scottish precision manufacturer Cube Glass has entered into a strategic and potentially lucrative partnership with high-end French design and engineering specialist Bel’M, maker of bespoke entrance doors. The Cumbernauld-based glass and aluminium specialist will become the lead authorised supplier in Scotland of Bel’M’s extensive range of products, which combine
Scottish glass and aluminium specialist Cube Glass has invested in excess of £600,000 in new premises which doubles its previous capacity and will take the fast-growing business to the next level. The precision manufacturer has fitted out and moved into an 8,400 sq ft custom-designed factory close to its previous
Innovative glass and aluminium specialist Cube Glass is set to near double the size of its premises in Cumbernauld’s Tannoch Place with the purchase of its 4,200 sq ft factory unit from landlord, Ashtenne, and submission of a planning application to build a 3,800 sq ft factory extension. The acquisition
Used since ancient times, glass is one of the oldest and most versatile building materials in the world. As modern architecture has developed, so too has the use of this venerable substance evolved to achieve remarkable results in design and building performance. Lots of architects are choosing aluminium for
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