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June 21, 2021 2:12 pm

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June 2021 Magazine

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FIT Show event organisers have announced that over 40% of its exhibiting brands will be making their FIT Show debuts when the exhibition returns to the NEC on September 26 – 28, 2021.  Visitor pre-registration figures continue to track at over 100% above the figures for the same period in the campaign for its 2019 event.
FIT Show event director Nickie West commented: “We’re excited by the breadth of brands that make our stellar FIT Show line-up. The fact that over 40% of the brands that are due to exhibit will be making their FIT Show debut is a major pull for visitors.

Yale has launched its complete Vertex range of vertical sliding hardware for the easy opening and closing of sash windows.  Grant Stratford, Technical Director for Window Hardware at Yale, comments: “The Vertex package represents a massive investment for us, involving a number of bespoke machines at our Cheltenham facility. It’s the result of some extremely clever engineering, as well as many consultations with independent experts over an extended period.  “As with all our products, the package has been rigorously tested, so users can rest assured that it will work with their windows for many years.”

Elsewhere, Paul Sullivan, CEO of Anglo European Group, supplier of steel and aluminium frame reinforcement for window and door fabricators, has warned that the widely reported increasing prices for steel and aluminium are here to stay and that other suppliers are playing this down;  Ian Latimer, Emmegi (UK)’s Managing Director, evaluates the chancellor’s much heralded Super Deduction Tax;  and job management software designer Onsite 7 has reported a strong uptake from new customers due to the software’s ability to save installers both time and money, says the company.

Gerald Batt

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