West Bromwich firm makes big investment in laser technology

6tx8gq2f5vy95jysi9ga_400x400West Bromwich-based manufacturer Wrights Plastics Group has invested £300,000 in a new laser cutting system as part of an ongoing investment programme.

Wrights Plastics is a leading provider of high-quality plastic solutions, offering a complete service from design to delivery. It works with a wide range of industrial sectors to supply precision formed prototypes and components.

The group has recently purchased a Cutlite Penta LM3020 laser cutting system for its 42,000 square feet production site in West Bromwich. The machine uses the latest in laser technology and management software to improve accuracy, increase production speeds and minimise waste.

The new laser is just part of a larger plan to improve processes and reduce waste, an important consideration for a company with ambitious environmental aims. By improving processes the company can offer its clients a wider range of high-quality services and products.

The current investment is crucial to help the business grow even further and it upholds the company’s history of early adoption of the latest technology in machinery and software.

Wrights Plastics has an annual turnover of around £10m and its clients include Marks & Spencer, Selfridges and the John Lewis Partnership. The company’s aim now is to increase its client list and grow the business further while maintaining its high standards of customer service and quality leading-edge products.

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