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Hoppings invest in new machinery

Hoppings Softwood Products have continued their policy of investment in modern efficient machinery with the installation of a new machine at their Epping depot.

Hoppings invest in new machinery

The investment in the new eight head 100 metre per minute Hydromat 2000 by Weinig, follows on from the installation of the new machining line and automated re-saw line at the Lingfield branch in 2001 and 2005 respectively.

It’s the emphasis on reliable, efficient machinery coupled with the flexibility of two manufacturing depots that has ensured continued sales growth of the machined softwood product ranges Q-Line and Q-Deck, the company says.

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