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INDUSTRYNEWS CONSERVATORY OUTLET:


Conservatory Outlet was one of the first companies to sign up as an exhibitor at the Fabricator Installer Trade (FIT) Show; the all new industry exhibition which was recently unveiled and which will take place during 16th-18th April 2013.


The Wakefield-based fabricator is keen to attract new installers from various regions of the UK to its network of customers and sees FIT Show as the perfect way to demonstrate its offering to potential Conservatory Outlet dealers. In addition to its uPVC product range, which includes Energy Saving Trust Recommended windows, Secured by Design windows and doors, and luxury conservatories and orangeries, Conservatory Outlet will also promote the benefits of being part of its network of dealers. Members not only receive free sales leads, search optimised lead generating websites and bespoke marketing literature, but also the experience, advice and trade secrets of many other successful installers thanks to regular benchmarking exercises and network events.


Conservatory Outlet’s support of this new exhibition is unsurprising – managing director Matthew Glover is also the principle organiser of FIT Show and MD of FIT Events Ltd. – but as sales director


Greg Kane explains, FIT Show will be an unmissable date in the 2013 calendar.


‘I’ve seen at first hand Matthew’s passion for delivering an exhibition that the industry can be proud of and that will get businesses talking, thinking and ultimately buying from one another. The marketing plan to attract trade visitors is genuinely exceptional and I don’t want Conservatory Outlet to miss out by not being there.’


Conservatory Outlet has recently welcomed


new installers to its network from Aberdeen, Middlesex Gloucestershire and Hampshire, whereas key regions such as the North East, the Central Midlands and East Anglia do not currently have a local dealer.


‘FIT Show could play a crucial part in our


efforts to achieve full UK coverage and ensure that every person in the country has a Conservatory Outlet Dealer in easy reach’ added Greg.


Tel: 01924 434416 www.conservatoryoutletdealers.co.uk


FIT Show enquiries - www.fitshow.co.uk


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WHITELINE ROLLS OUT PLATINUMNRG


Fabricator Whiteline has introduced a new livery and more energy efficient, low emission vehicles to their transport fleet.


The fresh new look promotes the PlatinumNRG range of British made, energy efficient windows and doors,


available exclusively to Whiteline customers across South East England. Consumers are encouraged to find and contact their local PlatinumNRG retailer by phone or by visiting www.PlatinumNRG.co.uk.


Whiteline’s Deputy M.D. Malcolm Scott explained “We are committed to supporting retail clients with quality products, service, innovation and marketing support.”


“The new look fleet delivers in all these


areas, raising awareness and developing leads for PlatinumNRG whilst building business for our installers.”


www.whiteline.co.uk


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