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DENIOS is one of the world’s market leader’s in storing hazardous materials, industrial environ- mental protection and work safety

Ahighly motivated and efficient team of experts constantly exploring new and fresh ideas, to change and shape our future for the better

DENIOS UK,ispleased to announce and welcome Samantha Merrick as the company’s Marketing Executive in anewly created role.

Samantha is an experienced marketing professional having worked on avariety of successful campaigns across whole- sale, trade, retail and ecommerce channels. Samantha’s new role will see her drive and deliver fully integrated marketing and communications strategies.

“I am looking forward to working with Denios and the exciting challenges this new role brings. With my experience, Iplan to help Denios maintain and build upon their leading brand name through creative and strategic marketing campaigns,” comments Samantha.

Denios is one of the world’s market leader’s in storing hazardous materials, industrial environmental protection and work safety; manufacturing and selling an array of products for storing indoor and outdoor hazardous chemicals, cabinets for heating and cooling

materials and substances, the handling of hazardous materials, the storing and handling of gas cylinders and work safety equipment.

Steve Hogan, Managing Director of Denios UK, says: “Marketing forms an important part of our growth strategy so we are delighted to have Samantha on board. She will play akey part in maintaining and developing our brand image amongst target audiences.”

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SURFACEWORLD SHOW September 24th -26th 2013 ThePavilion, NEC,Birmimgham

Surface finishing technology is an essential element of virtually every sector of industry

Advanced coatings

and specialised surface treatments are being constantly innovated,

designed and produced for today’s world

The Surface World Show bring together the companies that make this happen under one roof.You will find surface coaters and finishers alongside the manufacturers, all demonstrating their products and services.

Their is an area for networking,catching up with old acquaintances, resting with acoffee, or to talk to your customers in amore informal setting.No doubt you will find the Surface World Team here!

The Surface World Show 2013 is looking to be apromising show,with reservations already way ahead of this time two years ago. Listed below are the companies that have already reserved to exhibit:

Acota Ltd; Alex Reid; Adept Pure Water Ltd; AkzoNobel Powder Coatings &Cromadex; Applied Pumps Ltd; A-Tech Chemicals; B&M Longworth; Brinklake Ltd; C&S Equipment Ltd; C&W Specialist Equipment Ltd; C&W Specialist Salt Ltd; CDR Pumps; Crest Pumps Ltd; Crest

16 SURFACEWORLD january 2013

Pumping Services Ltd; DFT Instruments; Delta Process Systems Limited; Dupont Powder Coatings (UK) Ltd; 90 Dynaclean Spraybooths Ltd; E. Braude (London) Ltd; Elcometer; Elma Ultrasonics; Finishing Brands (UK) Ltd; Fraser Cleaning Technologies Ltd; Gema Europe; GMF Equipment Ltd; Greentree-Shercon (Verton Ltd); Hangon Ltd; Haviland Limited; Hendor-pe UK Ltd /Scandymet; Inver UK;Jacquet Weston Engineering; JCA Coatings; KPD Midlands Ltd; Lanemark International Ltd; MCM Conveyors; Metal Improvement Co, LLC;MGDuff International Ltd; Nordson (UK) Ltd; PDJ Vibro; Plasticraft Process Plant Technology Group; Precision Processing Services Ltd; Riley Surface World; Safetykleen UK Ltd; Serfilco International; Siebec UK Ltd; SLF UK; Sprayquick Ltd; Surface Finishing Engineering Ltd; Turbex; Wagner Spraytech (UK) Ltd; Wedge Group Galvanising Ltd. read online

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