We’ve recently announced how we are making product specification simpler by redefining the process with an integrated design approach.

Now, we are announcing how we’re gaining further control into the manufacturing, supply, delivery and installation of our glass products with our brand new Novas Glass & Glazing local manufacturing facility in Victoria.

This investment means we have greater end-to-end supply chain control, meaning our clients can expect quicker production and delivery, exactly in-line with their building program.

Novas Glass Glazing Shower Screen Manufacturing Facility
A team effort to streamline the process for our clients

True to form, we harnessed a diverse range of skills across our team to achieve this outcome.

From product management to commercial management and manufacturing skill sets, our team worked hard to bring our new manufacturing facility to life.

“Our diverse pool of in-house skill was critical in our ability to realise this opportunity quickly, which is now presenting further opportunities beyond manufacturing semi frameless shower screens. ” — Todd Foster, Novas Managing Director

By taking greater control of the process, we’re able to more closely manage the quality, cost and timeliness of the manufacturing, supply and delivery.

With this increased efficiency, we are already looking to expand our capabilities within our new facility to mirrored robe doors.

At Novas, we value speed to action in our service model, and our new Novas Glass & Glazing manufacturing facility is an important new mechanism in continuing to create superior outcomes for our clients.

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