Window Ware all set for open day with MACO Innovation Tour

Leading independent UK hardware distributor Window Ware is joining forces with MACO for a very special open day which will provide customers and suppliers with a whole host of behind-the-scenes insights, hardware demos and new product exclusives.

On the 10th of May, the company is opening its doors to share its business ethos and strong service focus with visitors, as well as showcase the advanced systems and extensive distribution facilities which enable Window Ware to consistently deliver its renowned market-leading hardware provision AND ultimately earn the trust of both its customers and its impressive list of brand partners.

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They will be joined on the day by long-standing key brand partner MACO, who has scheduled to stop at Bedford as part of its European MACO Innovation Tour. In fact, Window Ware is one of just seven exclusive UK stopover dates for the Tour making this an unmissable opportunity for door and window fabricators in the area.

Visitors will be able to climb on board MACO’s state-of-the-art, custom created and carbon offset exhibition lorry, where they’ll experience all MACO’s latest innovations, plus their full range of hardware solutions for doors, sliding doors and windows.

Window Ware MD Sam Nuckey commented, “This collaborative event is the perfect demonstration of the strong partnership between Window Ware and MACO.

I am confident it will be time out of the office well spent for any visitors who plan to join us,” maintains Sam, “with plenty of takeaways they can use to benefit their businesses back home, whether that’s one-to-one product demos, best practices, individualised support, or a proven way of simplifying and strengthening their supply chain. Plus, visitors get to pick the brains of both the Window Ware and MACO hardware experts all at the same time for top-level advice to the power of two!”

There will be refreshments plus quiet workspaces available to book in case visitors need them. Email to register your interest. Places on the lorry are limited, so you’ll need to book early to avoid disappointment.

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