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Yale is offering its customers the chance to win a signed and framed England rugby shirt as part of a special St George’s Day promotion.

All locksmiths who place an order for £125

or more worth of Yale product between 1st and 30th April 2011 will automatically be entered into a prize draw to win a framed England rugby shirt, signed by England rugby team coach and former captain, Martin Johnson.

The draw will take place on 3rd May 2011 and the lucky winner will be presented with their

signed and framed shirt ready for the 2011 Rugby World Cup in New Zealand in September and October later this year.

Commenting on the promotion, Mark Efford, Senior National Account Manager, said: “Following England’s first Six Nations title win in eight years and with the Rugby World Cup coming up soon, as well as St George’s Day on 23rd April, we thought there was no better time to help our customers get in the patriotic spirit with a special promotion.”

Martin Johnson has enjoyed a glittering rugby

career, winning no less than 84 England caps and becoming the first England captain to lift the Webb Ellis Cup when England won the Rugby World Cup tournament in 2003.

To place an order or for further information on the St George’s Day promotion and the full range of Yale security products available, please call 0845 302 4765 or email locksmiths@ or visit


Roto has been awarded ‘Top Employer’ status by the CRF Institute in its annual survey, placing the door and window hardware manufacturer on its list of the 100 best employers in Germany.

The CRF Institute is a Netherlands-based

organisation, formed in 1991 under the name Corporate Research Foundation by a joint initiative of academics, business journalists, trade associations, researchers and international publishers. Its objective is to offer independent assessment of companies’ HR policies and practices.

The Institute carries out objective, fact-based research using its own methodology in order to assess all aspects of HR management. It examines areas such as pay and benefits, training and development, career opportunities, working conditions and company culture.

‘Top Employer’ lists are compiled by the CRF

in twelve territories, including Brazil, China and South Africa as well as several countries in Europe.

Roto has previously been listed in Grmany’s ‘Top Employer’ survey for 20078. The company’s

2011achievement places them alongside top German brands including Bosch and Siemens Household.

Those firms selected to be in the top hundred in their country are allowed to carry the ‘Top Employer’ logo on their literature for the year.

The management team at Roto considers its employees to be central to its aim of maintaining its position as leader in product development and service. Leonhard Braig, Technical Director at Roto Frank AG in Stuttgart, says, “Our staff is the decisive factor”.


The Conservatory Factory welcomes Geoff Williams to head it’s sales operation.

Geoff brings his extensive experience of

3 of the leading roof brands and aims for greater things as The Conservatory Factory Ltd enters it’s twelfth year and heads for it’s 20,000th roof.


As part of Crystal Direct’s ongoing programme to improve manufacturing efficiency, the national trade fabricator has invested in two Rotox CNC Corner Cleaners.

Crystal currently fabricates more than 1,000 frames a week using some of the most advanced technology in the industry. The new machines clean corners, transoms, cross welds, visible surfaces, outer corners and inner corners on PVC-U window frames and sashes.

Managing Director Brian Geraghty says:

“We pride ourselves on offering customers quality products and reliable service. The new machines are part of a programme to streamline

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our manufacturing processes and ensure high standards are maintained. This new investment will also increase our capacity in line with demand and ensure lead times are always kept to a minimum.”

For further information on Crystal visit

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