Buzzing Into Buzzard As Dunstable Is Downed

Kombimatec, manufacturer of window making machines, is moving its production and offices from Dunstable to a new facility in Leighton Buzzard as demands for its UK made products continue to grow.   

Easy access to its new HQ comes from the newly formed junction 11a of the M1 and a dual carriage link road to the A5.

A dedicated office area for customer service, machine sales and product design will be installed at the front of the building with machine assembly and refurbishment to the rear.


 “It is a superb location that both suppliers and customers will benefit from with excellent transport links and unrestricted access for heavy goods vehicles.”

– David Parsons 

Director, Kombimatec


Manufacturing efficiencies

“We also expect to gain manufacturing efficiencies from a larger more uniformly shaped space which will be kitted out with all the services we need for manufacture,” continues Kombimatec’s Parsons. “Growth is expected to continue as fabricators need to invest in more automation in order to increase productivity and overcome the labour shortages that persist in the market.”



Parsons adds: “We have seen steady increases for both the AMC308 and AMC602 machining centres and our DGS530 electronic saws for this very reason.  We have also noticed a spike in sales for our CR5650 trickle vent router coinciding with the recent change in regulations.”


Picture: Kombimatec has moved to new premises, thus increasing its manufacturing capacity.



Article written by Cathryn Ellis
26th October 2022


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