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Reading: Roller shutter manufacturers demonstrate growth with office move

By Dan Teuton
22 August 2019

Roller shutter manufacturers CGT Security have moved to a new state-of-the-art headquarters with five times more space for manufacturing.

CGT Security is the manufacturer of innovative shutter systems suitable for any security challenge in private or public environments.

The new Reading HQ for CGT Security means it can provide even more innovation alongside its family of shutter systems: Xonar, Vortex and Stackdoor.

The Darwin Close site will allow CGT Security to put new production procedures in place and to explore new areas of development with a dedicated research and development area for product testing.

At 15,000 square feet of manufacturing space the new site is five times bigger than its previous premises – also in Reading. It can boast 2,500 square feet of office space which is three times the size it occupied previously.

Roger Humphreys, managing director of CGT Security, said: “We have been based in Reading since 2007 and we’re very pleased to be able to stay in the town while getting the opportunity to grow and expand. For our team, this is the start of an exciting future. Having experienced rapid growth over recent years we now have stunning office space and purpose-built research and manufacturing space. Our customers will be able to see the difference as we offer them better production times and faster delivery schedules while continuing to invest in innovation to bring them the very best markets.”

A dedicated research and development area within the factory offers our product and design innovators a dedicated space for product testing.

Serving the entire UK, CGT Security will continue to develop and innovate through their shutter ranges: Xonar, Vortex and Stackdoor.

The CGT Security ranges offer architects and specifiers for corporate projects high-quality, reliable security systems that minimise adverse effects on the final property design, desired by clients.

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