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FENSTERBAUPREVIEW


SYNSEAL PITCHES ITS ROOF BUSINESS IN EUROPE WITH FENSTERBAU STAND


Synseal Extrusions Ltd will travel to meet its customers – and future customers – when it takes a stand at the renowned Fensterbau fair in Germany’s Nuremberg.


Synseal is using Fensterbau to increase its customer base throughout mainland Europe for Global conservatory roofs and SkySpace


portal frame glazed structures, products for which the company is establishing an enviable international reputation. Global conservatory roofs have proved to be popular amongst the growing sector for ‘English-style’ conservatory roofs, and also because these highly- engineered products are adaptable for local design preferences. Synseal intends to develop existing customers in addition to creating new markets.


In particular, the market for portal frame large-span glazed structures is a lucrative worldwide niche that requires engineering and technical expertise that is held by few companies and individuals. Since establishing the division just over a year ago, headed by acknowledged portal frame roofing expert Colin Poole, Synseal has grown its presence through significant investment in systems, products and manufacturing facilities. “Synseal has committed fully to the portal frame market having realised the potential that exists,” said Synseal Chief Executive David Leng. “We have the best people in the world in this sector and we have developed products that match their vision and capabilities. Our SkySpace portal frames and Global conservatory roofs have an excellent reputation in Europe and we want to build on this. Fensterbau is an ideal step for us and we will work with our customers and distributors to make the most of our appearance there.”


Synseal Global conservatory roofs have proved popular throughout Europe for their style and adaptability for local preferences.


SWISSPACER SALES INCREASE BY 97% IN 2011


Sales of SWISSPACER grew at an exceptional rate in 2011, with total sales in the UK and Ireland up 97% from the previous year. SWISSPACER has grown rapidly since its launch in 2007, and SWISSPACER says it is now the No. 1 warm edge spacer in the UK and Ireland.


SWISSPACER is a tried and tested solution for high performance sealed units. It can be used on existing machinery without any extra investment needed, and as a result is popular with companies of all sizes. It also offers advanced machinery for high productivity full automation. Most larger sealed unit firms use SWISSPACER.


Vic De Costa, Marketing and Sales Manager for the UK and Ireland said: “More and more sealed unit manufacturers are choosing SWISSPACER because it has excellent thermal properties and requires no extra investment. 2011 was another year of outstanding growth and we expect sales to increase in 2012 as demand for energy efficient windows and triple glazing continues to grow.”


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