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INDUSTRY UPDATE


B Danby & Co first to display Lakes’ new Bay series


B Danby & Co is the first stockist to display Lakes Showering Spaces’ Bay series in its showroom. Branch manager Paul


Arnold explains: “We only display Lakes as the quality and look is excellent, the price is good and the service outstanding. Our trade customers often send their consumer customers to the showroom to see the products in situ so everything has to be spot on.


“We included the


Carradale Hinged Door from Lakes’ new Bay series to our showroom about a month ago and already provided quotes. We particularly like it because it allows for a wider opening, which is ideal for smaller spaces and gives us more to offer for different projects.” Lakes’ Bay series features softly closing doors; robust, stylish hardware;


unique interlocking caps; concealed covers and a sleek aluminium finish. It comes with PureVueHD low iron glass and AllClear® stay-clean glass as standard and a ‘no-quibble’ lifetime guarantee.


IDS’sMalmo Rigid endorsed for use with Uponor underfloor heating system


IDS’s luxury vinyl tile flooring Malmo Rigid is the first in its category to be endorsed by Uponor for use over its Minitec water-piped underfloor heating (UFH) system. Malmo Rigid has been


added to Uponor’s list of recommended floor coverings, widening its potential for use in both domestic and commercial settings. This gives further credibility following independent performance tests by Exova BM TRADA of its tiles and plank formats over their own water-piped UFH which showed no significant movement or change in visual effects. IDS’s technical services manager Tony Locke says: “Following successful


independent performance tests we’re delighted to have Uponor’s official seal of approval. Customers can have complete confidence when installing our LVT products over water-piped UFH.” Featuring the advanced Välinge 5G installation system, the flooring has a


built-in 1mm underlay. Available in 17 tile and woodgrain designs, it has a warranty of up to 15 years for residential applications and seven for commercial.


BA Makes Two Key Appointments B


A, one of the UK’s leading manufacturer of kitchen, bedroom


and bathroom doors, cabinets and components, has strengthened its management team with two new significant appointments.


Graham Carse James Harris Graham Carse joins as Product Manager while


James Harris is the company’s new Chief Operating Officer. Graham has worked for over 30 years’ in the


KBB industry having previously been employed in companies such as Magnet, Spring Ram, MFI, Homebase and more recently Benchmarx. Speaking on his new role, Graham commented,


“I’m thrilled to join BA as I believe there is great potential and look forward to the challenge.” James has 25 years of global supply chain


experience, across several manufacturing environments, including COO at Berghaus and as a consultant with private equity-backed businesses. James mentioned “What really appeals to me


about BA is the combination of passion and dynamism that exist in the organisation, allied to a determination to get the job done. This is a business that has clear objectives and has set about achieving those with real purpose.” Nick Corlett, CEO of BA, commented “James


and Graham will help deliver our long term growth strategy and boost speed to market, while continuing our success as a leading manufacturer. We are determined to be at the forefront of the KBB industry and have ambitious plans as we head towards celebrating 30 years in business.”


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