Kingsland Drinks have been producing wines and spirits since 1955. Specialising in a complete category solution, Kingsland Drinks work with top producers around the world, as well as creating their own unique brands.
Westgate had previously worked with Kingsland Drinks supplying them with Hoardfast; a part height partitioning system. Having been satisfied with the high level of service and the standard of the product, Westgate were approached by Kingsland Drinks about installing a full height, floor to ceiling partition in their existing storage warehouse in Manchester. The new enclosure would enable them to turn half the space into a production zone for a new bottling line.
Having completed many projects for temperature and dust control in food and drink environments in the past, Westgate recommended Flexiwall to deliver the requirements of the project.
Joseph Rowles, key account manager fat Westgate commented; “Flexiwall takes in to account the requirements of BRC as it is manufactured from food grade materials, delivers an over 99% dust tight seal and easily segregates production and storage areas.
“Installations are quick and clean in comparison to traditional partitioning solutions. Flexiwall installation methods reduce the amount of downtime required and maximise operation schedules during planned project work; something our food and beverage manufacturing customers benefit from massively.”
As well as the Flexiwall partition, which included vision panels, Westgate also installed three steel pedestrian doors and a Fastflex fast action door, providing Kingsland Drinks with an integrated solution from a single supplier.
Kingsland Drinks also took advantage of being able to add their company logo to the Flexiwall, further enhancing the look of the partition and creating a corporate and branded environment for workers and visitors.
For more information about Flexiwall or to discuss an upcoming project, contact us at Westgate on email@example.com or at +44 (0) 1785 242181.
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