Richard Reeve to take Axim to new height

sively looking after one of its major divisions, Axim Architectural Hardware. Richard has been with TPG for 15 years


and is excited to take the leading hardware brand to even greater heights. Richard said, “Axim is one of the most trusted brands in the industry for reliability and quality. Axim celebrated 30 years of business last year and having worked throughout the industry I know that the Axim TC-8800 series of Concealed Transom Closers is well known for its superb long-term performance and as part of TPG, Axim, is backed up by market leading delivery to its European wide distrib- utor and partner network.” Over the last 30 years Axim has extensively developed its product range to include all the hardware that top quality commercial doors require. Richard commented that “Everyone knows the top performer the Axim TC Series

PG, The Parkside Group Limited is pleased to announce that Richard Reeve, Sales Director will be exclu-

of Concealed Closers, however, I am not sure that everyone is aware of how extensive the Axim product range is. The Axim PR Series Panic Exit range is comprehensive, and the Axim Panic Exit Locking Handle is one of the most high-quality products I have seen which fits across the entire range.” The Axim branded product range includes Emergency and Panic Exit Devices that are certified to BS EN 179 and BS EN 1125, a range of handles including D-handles, Lever Handles, Pad Handles, Pull Handles and Tube Handles, Floor Springs which can take a door weight of up to 150Kg, Locks including Mortice, Dead Latch, Extension Flush Bolts for security slave doors. The Axim TC-8800 Series of Concealed

Transom Closer will fit most major manufac- ture’s doors and has three different strengths. The TC 9900 is a universal closer which is ideal for repair and maintenance and where closers have failed, the TC9900 offers a fast solution without the need for costly repairs.

Altro retains its place in the Top 100

Altro has been ranked 83 in the coveted Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For 2018 list. This is the 11th

time the family-

founded, Letchworth-based company has featured in this prestigious list. The Sunday Times Best Companies to Work For list is the annual ranking of

‘the cream of Britain's happy and motivated workforces’. With more than 1,000 companies registered to take part, it is considered the most extensive research into employee engagement carried out in the UK.

01462 489 516 Assuring quality standards

Darren Salmon is now area service manager, southern region, while Angus Grey is undertaking the same role for the northern region. They will assist and co-ordinate many of GEZE UK’s largest commercial service tenders, manage its key accounts,

oversee the training and development of team members and undertake liaison with health and safety to ensure compliance with legal requirements and company policies. For more information about GEZE UK’s comprehensive range of automatic operators, manual door closers and window technology products call GEZE.

01543 443000

Offering innovative solutions has been at

the fore of Axim and launching new products such as the Axim ES-2100 Electric Strike a remote access product that offers installers a reduction in installation and maintenance time. The Axim LK-2100 Reversible Deadlatch offers a non-handed solution which means that installers and distributors can reduce their stock-holding by only stock- ing one Deadlatch instead of two.

0208 685 9685 Paul Wright, appointed as Vice Chairman

Formed in 1985, ADSA ensures that its member companies offer premium levels of safety for pedestrian automatic doors. Paul Wright, Service Director for leading access and security solutions provider dormakaba, has served as an Executive Council member for four years and will be appointed as Vice Chairman of ADSA on May 1st.

Paul has over 18 years of industry experience. His current remit at dormakaba as Service Director, is to oversee the day-to-day manage- ment of the UK and Ireland businesses. To find out more about ADSA and its current work within the industry, please visit

01462 477600 Use Wood Wisely

Norbord’s Use Wood Wisely is an educational resource for the responsible and sustainable use of wood. Rather than burning virgin timber as fuel for energy

generation – and thereby releasing tonnes of CO2 into the atmosphere – Norbord argues for the ‘cascade of use’ philosophy. It is much more efficient to process virgin timber into added-value products, such as wood

panels, that are used in the housing and construction industry. Burning wood to create electricity can result in significant impacts on wildlife and habitats. In the wood panels industry, among others, timber is made into into panels that lock up carbon for many decades.



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