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What is the future of the window? 

Friday, November 9, 2012 11:07:00 AM

What is the future of the window, and what role will hardware and glass play in low energy constructions? Mike Piqeur, Managing director Roto Western Europe, gives his view… THE INDUSTRY MUST SEE THE MANY CHALLENGES AS A CHANCE TO VALUE THE WINDOW”“

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Friday, November 9, 2012 10:32:00 AM

Kömmerling have just launched a range of product specification sheets for its range of lead-free energy efficient window and door systems. The company’s C70 and O70 Gold systems boast 5 chambers and a colour range in excess of 40 finishes. The sheets also detail other key features including run through sash horns and two external Georgian bars for each of these systems.

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Friday, November 9, 2012 10:21:00 AM

Synseal has launched a new fully manufactured patio door for supply to approved fabricator partners, which promises to help customers make the most of the increase in demand for high value home improvement products.  All customers have to do is simply select the door height, width, hardware, sill, finish and configuration, and the door will be delivered to fabricator partner premises ready for installation within seven days of the order. Furthermore, delivery is free on orders up to 4m in length.

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Norscot continues to invest with acquisition of AM Profiles 

Thursday, November 8, 2012 11:21:00 AM

Norscot Joinery Ltd, a leading Scottish window and door manufacturer and Network VEKA member, has acquired the design rights of AM Profiles Ltd in Chesterfield.  Prior to closing its doors at the end of September, AM Profiles was the UK's leader in the design and manufacture of aluminium clad timber window, door and curtain walling systems.

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Sliding in-line with VEKA 

Thursday, November 8, 2012 11:17:00 AM

Sliders UK makes its move to the VEKA In-line Sliding Patio Door  Industry-leading VEKA and the UK's leading patio door manufacturer, Sliders UK, have joined forces to offer customers of Sliders UK the VEKA In-line Sliding Patio Door.  After fabricating a competitor's product for 10 years, Director Ian Longbottom says the Bamber Bridge-based company decided to extend its offering to include the VEKA patio door:

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A unique offering from VEKA and Force 8 

Thursday, November 8, 2012 11:06:00 AM

VEKA fabricator Force 8 is offering a comprehensive range of Composite French Doors for its customers, the only one of its kind on the market.  The Stockport-based manufacturer's range of sturdy and stylish French doors are much like its range of composite front doors; coming complete with secure multi-point locking systems and heavy duty materials that are incredibly durable and resistant to intruders. The VEKA frame won't warp or twist in heat, ensuring the door will remain in perfect condition all year round, and for decades to come.

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Personalised print portal from the VEKA UK Group! 

Monday, November 5, 2012 9:05:00 AM

The VEKA UK Group is proud to be launching an easy-to-use web portal that will allow customers of both the VEKA and Halo brands to personalise and order their own marketing materials online, at a fraction of the cost they would expect to pay if they were to start from scratch themselves with an agency.

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Listers are Breaking all Records in 2012 

Thursday, November 1, 2012 12:58:00 PM

While the latest statistics for Manufacturing and Construction in the UK seem to be mixed at best, Lister Trade Frames have been seeing some remarkable growth this year, breaking records across their business.  The headlines may read that the British economy is now out of recession, but the Office for National Statistics tell us construction output fell by 2.5 per cent in Quarter 3, and manufacturing output dropped by 1.1 per cent in August. So trying to grow a business in this climate remains particularly difficult for all of us.

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