Dennis doubles it’s factory size

Gregg Doggettin Industry News

DSCF3469.JPGDennis Mowers has seen sales almost triple since 1998, and they've been bursting at the seams because of it - but not for much longer. Building work started in mid August 2009 for a new building of 9,600 sq ft next to their existing factory.

This will effectively double their existing manufacturing and assembly capacity. The company moved to their current site at Kirk Langley in 1988, but as the product range and sales grew, so did the need for more space and in 1997 a dedicated 10,000 sq ft factory was built to meet demand.

The strength of the company has always been that they not only design machines, but that they manufacture the parts and assemble the finished product as well - the majority of it at Kirk Langley. This substantial investment will further create an impressive state-of-the-art production facility, as well as help Dennis expand their product offering further.

Ian Howard explained, "We've always prided ourselves on being a British manufacturer. We're also firm believers in quality control, short production times, and an ability to respond to change and improvement - that's where our roots lay and where we intend to keep them."

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