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We’ve helped Heritage Components expand!

Heritage Components, one of the UK’s leading suppliers of furniture components, is thrilled to announce the expansion of its in-house manufacturing capabilities.

The company has recently acquired new specialist woodworking machinery, enabling them to produce an expanded range of hardwood furniture legs directly in their Lincolnshire warehouse. This investment in British manufacturing was made possible thanks to
grant-funding awarded by the University of Lincoln.

The funding award, part of the ERDF Development Fund and The Productivity Programme for Greater Lincolnshire, will now enable Heritage Components to further develop their service offering, along with supporting the local economy and local jobs.

Managing Director, Martin Fahy said: “Having this new machinery on-site enables us to use local suppliers for more of our manufacturing efforts. It’s great that we can now manage the end-to-end development of products in-house, not only so we can get a wider range of bespoke
products to customers quicker, but also for our own research and development needs”.

Previously, the process of designing, manufacturing and delivering a furniture part from scratch could take months. However, the addition of several new woodworking machines enables the company to complete this process quickly with premium certified sustainable timber, and
enhance the quality of the finished product.

This investment is a much welcome step forward for the manufacturing efforts of Heritage Components, enabling this growing company to improve its product offering, customer service, and overall effectiveness.

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