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THE RESULTS 1ST


In first place is Altro for their fantastic Suprema II range; a major development in design-led, lower maintenance safety flooring, with impressive environmental credentials.


What you said: “Excellent product.”


“Great colours and ideal for all areas.”


“Fresh design and clean finish.”


“It's a totally unique


product and has all the benefits of easy to clean, hygiene, slip resistance and overall performance.”


“Fantastic colour range, so versatile!”


“I believe the Suprema II brings a totally new dimensional look with up to date colour pallet to safety flooring. Very pleasing to see.”


“Easy to clean, great colours. It’s a fantastic addition to their brilliant range of non-slip floors”


“We are delighted that we won the overall product award for Altro Suprema II by the


Lucy Bilotto, Marketing Manager of Altro, said:


readers of Tomorrows Flooring. We re- launched Altro Suprema II last year with an extended colour pallet and also the new PUR cleaning technology, which has proven to be a real hit with our customers. We’d like to thank everyone that voted for us.


” 16 www.tomorrowsflooring.com


Cast your mind back to January, when we brought you the Tomorrow’s Flooring Product Awards. Packed with 50 worthy winners demonstrating some of the best flooring products on the market, we then constructed a survey to determine who the overall finalists were. Voting has been open for the past three months, and we’ve been overwhelmed with the sheer volume of responses we’ve had. Here are the products who got your vote; in 1st, 2nd and 3rd place.


PLACE - ALTRO


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