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Storage Systems chooses Hart Doors for Durham Box project

Hart Doors, the leading designer and manufacturer of both commercial and industrial doors, has completed the installation of a Speedor Mini at Durham Box’s 70,000 sq ft factory,  Bishop Auckland, where in excess of 20 million packaging products per year are produced principally for the FMCG sector.

Gordon Kipling at Hart Doors says: “Working through Storage Systems we were delighted to have supplied the first Speedor Mini for Durham Box. Installed in a very busy manufacturing facility, the Speedor Mini’s function was to open/close quickly in order to maintain a good internal shop-floor working environment.”

Durham Box services a broad segment of the corrugated packaging market. Darren Rowcroft, managing director of Storage Systems comments: “Hart supplied a great service from start to finish, exactly how I like to do business.”

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