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INDUSTRYNEWS BIG NAMES SIGN-UP TO NEW INSIGHT INDEX


Duraflex, Technoform Glass Insulation (TGI), Truframe and Solidor are among the latest suppliers to sign up to the Insight Index, the new trade directory for the glass and glazing industry.


Te Insight Index is a comprehensive online trade directory and product finder for the window, door, conservatory and glazing industry where visitors can quickly find new suppliers, discover the latest products, check out accreditations and


brands, and download technical information and literature. Steve Lane, sales director at leading trade fabricator Truframe, commented; “We’ve had over 600 visits to our listing on the Index in the first month alone. Insight Data is investing a great deal of resources into building the Index brand and promoting the directory with full page press advertising, direct mail and email marketing.”


Te Index allows companies to log-on and update their own content, such as product


DESSIAN & REHAU SHARE ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS


As REHAU celebrates its 50th anniversary in the UK and the 25th year of PVC-U profile production at its factory in North Wales, it is expressing thanks to all those customers who have played, and continue to play, such a significant part in its success.


One such customer is Dessian Products, based in Belfast which has been fabricating in REHAU profile since 1985. To mark this achievement REHAU’s Chief Executive Martin Hitchin visited Dessian’s Belfast HQ recently to present a certificate and engraved trophy to Managing Director Nigel Bothwell.


Dessian fabricates in both REHAU’s S706 70mm system and the REHAU Tritec 60mm system and has a capacity of up to 4000 frames per week, enabling it to meet the demands of virtually any trade or commercial contract, with a five day turnaround and guaranteed fast delivery.


A vast product range includes standard


PVC windows, doors and conservatories, as well as French doors, stable doors, composite doors, fully reversibles and tilt and turn frames. Te company recently added fully sculptured frames in the REHAU Edge profile to its range plus REHAU’s coloured


foiled profiles to its portfolio. Customers can order frames with A, B or C WER ratings, including a 0.8 U-value window, and can choose SBD locking systems as required.


Tel: 01989 762600 www.rehau.com


SIKA ROOF ASSURED WILL BE AT THE FIT SHOW


Sika Roof Assured will be at next April’s Te FIT SHOW. Te company provides flat roofing solutions for window, door and conservatory installers looking to extend their product offering using a proven Sarnafil membrane.


Rod Benson, national sales manager Sika


Sarnafil said: “We want to be part of something that is


new and forward looking in 2013 to build on the growth we have achieved in 2012. Te Fit Show is a new opportunity for us to meet our target audience face to face. We’ve a great story to tell and it’s a marketing and networking opportunity we would not want to miss.”


Te Sika Roof Assured registered installer network scheme is proving an ideal diversification opportunity for installers with high demand for the three day residential training course.


‘We want to be part of something that is new and forward looking in 2013’


Te company will be supporting its


presence at the Show on stand 2-104 with a marketing campaign starting in 2013.


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information or social media links, and view their visitor traffic stats.


Suppliers are listed by category and grouped under products, components and services so visitors can quickly and easily find the products and suppliers they need without wasting hours trawling search engines and out- of-date websites.


Get in on the act - visit www. insightindex.co.uk or call 01934 808293 for further information.


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