Summers: Selling Skill

“In the competitive world of Joinery, you need the latest equipment to survive,” begins Lee Summers, Managing Director of Summers Joinery. “As a bespoke joiner, I sell skill. That’s why it is crucial for my team to work with the very best machinery in order to create the very best results.”

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Viet sander the smooth choice for high-end joinery

An historic joinery business has installed a Viet wide belt sander as part of its commitment to the continual improvement of product quality.

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Second Striebig solves a sawing bottleneck

Whether you work for private or commercial customers, the name of the game is to become as efficient as possible, which means using the best and most appropriate woodworking machinery available.

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Stepnell smoothes out sanding with a Viet

Stepnell is a £66 million turnover building and civil engineering business headquartered in Rugby which undertakes construction projects from £10,000 to £30 million in value. Established in the 1870s, the company is still a family-owned business which operates through a network of regional offices across central and southern England. more details >

Striebig is the repeat choice for Rugby joiners

When Mick Bevan and Cliff Kenny were made redundant back in 2007 from their jobs at shop fitters Reflections, in Rugby, they decided to pool their redundancy money and set up their own joinery business.

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Viet slashes sanding time at Hawkins Joinery

Hawkins Joinery in Wellingborough is benefitting from faster panel sanding together with improved quality after buying a Viet S1 wide-belt sander. The Italian-made machine was bought primarily to sand down the lippings on oak and oak-veneered panels used as retail shelving, a task it does swiftly and efficiently. This was previously carried out either manually using an electric planer, followed by hand sanding, or was sent out to a local business that had a modern sander.

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Blades’ slices through panels with two Striebig saws

A highly successful Kent-based joinery business that specialises in carrying out work for some of London’s most affluent residents has bought two vertical panel saws to boost production after moving into larger premises. Blades was formed by joiners Paul Wilcox and Shane Armstrong in 1996 to carry out work for wealthy property owners in London, mainly in the Kensington and Chelsea areas.

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Royal Warrant holder chooses a Viet sander

Greatly improved sanding accuracy is being achieved by a Norfolk joinery after replacing its elderly wide belt sander with one of the latest Viet artisan range machines. The company works on projects around the country for domestic clients, house builders and designers and architects. Its skilled joiners can produce everything from new kitchens and conservatories to staircases, windows and doors, restaurant and bar fittings and furniture.

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A Valley welcome for Viet sander

Improved product quality and greater efficiency are benefitting Valley Joinery after it picked a Viet S211 artisan wide belt sander.

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Devon cabinet maker benefits from a used Striebig

For small business owners keeping a tight rein on cash flow is crucial, so the financial benefits of buying a used rather than a new machine can be rewarding.

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