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VEKA MAKES A STAMP ON FAREHAM! CELEBRATING AYEAR OF SUCCESS WITH CLEAR VISION


When Fareham window, door and conservatory manufacturer Clear Vision started trading last year, they chose industry-leading VEKA as their system supplier and one year on, the company has gone from strength to strength.


Over the last 12 months the company has continued to attract new customers, both trade and domestic, on a weekly basis, which Sally Skinner, Director of the family-run company explains, has been really encouraging: “We are gradually getting stronger and busier as the word spreads throughout the industry.


“Providing a superb service to all our customers, not just in manufacturing the products but also in the attention to the fine detail and finish has allowed us to give our customers more than just quality windows and doors.”


Minor survey errors, cut downs and remakes


free of charge within reason – excluding glass and a free on-site skip provides easy disposal of trade waste. The company also offers technical and aftersales support where needed.


Domestic customers can now visit the company's conservatory showroom, including a demonstration of Bi-fold doors, and visitors to the factory can watch their new windows being made from a special viewing gallery.


Having formed a strong partnership with VEKA from the start is something which Sally believes has helped them grow: “I have no doubt that our partnership with VEKA has played a significant part in our first year of success. It has enabled us to join Network VEKA, which has given us additional selling power thanks to its peace of mind guarantees and the reassurance of its Assure scheme.”


Sharing the same ethos of quality, service and standards, the Clear Vision aim is, well... clear. Sally concludes: Our main focus was and still is to provide our customers with the very best levels of customer service and standards, first time, every time.”


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ELUMATEC BOOSTS BOTH TEAMS AND SOFTWARE


The success of a fabrication facility doesn’t stop at choosing the right machines. Whether you are working aluminium, steel or UPVC profiles, bespoke software programming and ongoing preventative maintenance all contribute to the efficiency, and ultimately the profitability, of the production process.


Leading machinery manufacturer, elumatec UK, is acutely aware of this and continues to invest in its UK based software and service teams.


For 2012, Andy Bates has joined elumatec’s software programming team. Formerly of commercial aluminium fabricator, Parry Bowen, Andy has a wealth of experience both in programming elumatec’s range of SBZ CNC profile machining centres and their integration with Orgadata and PUMA software. His first project with elumatec is the programming of new machines at Plaxtons, the renowned coachbuilders.


Also, joining the elumatec UK service team


is Remy Bataille. Remy will be working across the Home Counties, London and the South


Andy Bates. 44 « Clearview NMS « March 2012 « www.clearview-uk.com


East. Having worked within the industry for a number of years, including working on elumatec machines, Remy brings with him a very good working knowledge of elumatec products.


These two appointments demonstrate that in the challenging economic climate elumatec


UK has financial strength and confidence in the industry.


www.elumatec.co.uk


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