Caswell Adhesives Ltd

Caswell manufacture hot melt adhesives or hot melt glue and supply a comprehensive range of tailor made adhesives including hot melt adhesives for a wide range of industries, both in the U.K. and overseas. Product Development in hot melt adhesives or hot melt glue is key to our future success combined with our state of the art manufacturing facility.

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