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Jablite manufactures EPS insulation and civil engineering solutions with outstanding technical support and friendly customer service
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Jablite is a leading UK manufacturer and supplier of EPS (expanded polystyrene) products for insulation and civil engineering applications and has developed a wide range of BBA-certified insulation products for roofs, walls and floors.
Technical expertise, new product development and delivering world-class customer service underpin our strategic planning and our day-to-day actions. Jablite is a dynamic, forward-looking business that is focussed on a sustainable future.
With our sister company, Styropack, we have five manufacturing sites. These are positioned to give us excellent coverage of the UK, they are in Aberdeen, Howden, Blackburn, Belvedere and Ford on the Sussex coast.
Jablite concentrates on large block mould production and Styropack is expert in shape moulding, producing everything from civil engineering products to fish boxes. All five sites manufacture to ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 standards.
Over the past five years, Jablite has pioneered innovation in insulation products; investing over £1 million in product development and winning funding competitions for innovative refurbishment products run by Innovate UK on behalf of the Department of Energy and Climate Change.
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