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INDUSTRYNEWS


DENNISTAYLOR OPENS NEWTRADE COUNTER IN WREXHAM


Snooker legend Dennis Taylor was the guest of honour at the opening of a new showroom and trade counter by Thermseal Windows and Doors in Wrexham recently.


Dennis was joined by Mayor of Wrexham, Councillor Ian Roberts, at the event which marked the re-launch of Thermseal by its original founders Trevor and Alan Roberts.


Thermseal is now the newest supplier of REHAU windows and doors in the Wrexham area. It is supplying a complete range of products manufactured by Dessian Products in Belfast which it says will meet virtually any customer requirement.


Thermseal chose Dessian as its supplier because of its long standing


reputation in the PVC-U sector and because it could provide the necessary range of REHAU products, backed up by the kind of friendly, efficient service which Thermseal itself provides.


The trade counter is open from 7.30am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday and 8.30am to 12 noon on Saturday. It is sited alongside a stylish showroom which Thermseal customers can use to demonstrate products to homeowners.


Further details are available via the website at www.thermseal.com or by phone on: 01978 266003.


‘Thermseal is now the newest supplier of REHAU windows and doors in the Wrexham area.’


GOVERNMENT LAUNCHES 11 NEW ENTERPRISE ZONES


The Government has announced 11 new Enterprise zones as part of the government's 'Plan for Growth'.


The Government had previously announced 11 Enterprise Zones in some of the country's largest cities, including Manchester, Birmingham, Merseyside and Newcastle and had invited applications for 10 more in other areas.


Announcing the move, the


Government said: “The strength of the applications from Local Enterprise Partnerships was such that Government has agreed to increase this invitation to 11.”


The second wave of Enterprise


zones will be located in: Humber Estuary Renewable Energy Super Cluster, Daresbury Science Campus in Warrington, Newquay AeroHub in Cornwall, The Solent Enterprise


Zone at Daedalus Airfield in Gosport, MIRA Technology Park in Hinckley Leicestershire, Rotherwas Enterprise Zone in Hereford, Discovery Park in Sandwich, Kent and Enterprise West Essex in Harlow, Science Vale UK in Oxfordshire, Northampton Waterside, Alconbury Airfield, near Huntingdon in Cambridgeshire, and and Great Yarmouth in Norfolk, and Lowestoft in Suffolk.


The Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, said: “It is vital that we create balanced economic growth across the country. It is time for us to help every part of the country to grow and realise its potential. Enterprise Zones are a critical part of our Plan for Growth and will support economic development and create over 30,000 new jobs by 2015.”


CONFERENCE AND EXHIBITION


ON ALUMINIUM 6th-8th December, Hyderabad, India


Programme details are available at www.aluminium-india.org Clearview NMS « September/October 2011 « www.clearview-uk.com » 73


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