Tata Steel is investing at its Clydebridge plant in Cambuslang, Glasgow, to increase its capability to produce high-strength steel plate. The investment includes expanding the plant’s two furnaces and installing two new gas-cutting machines and a new stamping and marking machine. The company expects the investment to boost output by up to 50% and lead to the creation of approximately 26 new jobs. The Clydebridge facility carries out two processes, quenching and tempering, that strengthen steel plate.