Blackpool EZ move sees glass firm grow

Jordans Glass has tripled in size since moving to Blackpool's Enterprise Zone and tapping into support from Blackpool Unlimited.

The family business, founded in 2005, has trebled its floor space and invested in new hi-tech machinery. The new facility features a customer showroom, offices, manufacturing and warehouse space with the capacity to grow to meet future demand.

Serving both the trade and public, Jordans makes glass, splashbacks, balustrades, mirrors, shower screens and decorative glass furniture. It offers a same day glazing service.

Jordans has also been working with Blackpool Unlimited’s Growth 4 Business service to achieve its goals.

Ronnie Jordan, Jordans Glass managing director, said: “We have been working with Donna Taylor, a high growth
business advisor with Blackpool Council. Together we have created a three year growth plan which we
are currently implementing. Donna has also helped us make valuable connections within the town and is
continuing to work with us on supply chain initiatives.”

Donna Taylor added: "This is a truly inspiring business. Despite facing a number of challenges, Ronnie and Mandy have continually reinvested in their business. Their hard work, determination and success enabled them to invest in larger machinery, create a number of jobs and win bigger contracts across the North West."

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