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Deceuninck’s Roy Frost hails innovation on display at the FIT Show

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Deceuninck’s Managing Director Roy Frost has hailed his company’s presence at the FIT Show as a huge success. “Our corner of Hall 3 was a hub of innovation that demonstrated the cutting edge solutions our industry can offer. It was buzzing with activity and excitement about what’s out there.”

Sharing Deceuninck’s corner of Hall 3 was Dempsey Dyer, and its stand showcased its Beaumont window range. Developed in association with Deceuninck, the windows have been designed to bridge the gap between welded PVC-U and timber and attracted a great deal of attention. MB Frames, another Deceuninck fabricator, displayed its Royale range, with a particular focus on coloured products. Alongside these companies was Residence 9, whose new flush sash window “stole the show”, according to Roy. The window is being extruded by Deceuninck, and if the interest it received at the show is anything to go by, it is destined to be a market-leading product.

Of course, Deceuninck’s stand displayed equally innovative products. The company is renowned for blazing a trail when it comes to colour technology and its solutions, which now include the world’s first fully coloured PVC-U profile, attracted a great deal of interest. There were also plenty of enquiries about the company’s new generation of energy efficient windows. The windows make use of a ground breaking composite PVC-U and fibre glass extrusion that eliminates the need for reinforcing and means they are 30% more energy efficient and 40% lighter than the traditional alternatives. And last but not least, many people were attracted to Deceuninck’s stand by the sheer size of the 4.5 metre Monorail patio door in Anthracite Grey that was on display.

Roy concludes, “The FIT Show was a fantastic opportunity to show the innovation and quality that Deceuninck can offer and brought us lots of leads and prospects. But more importantly, the show pulled together the best of our industry and showed everyone the quality that’s available. I’m delighted that the show will return next year and we have already booked our stand.”

Trade shows provide a platform for companies to display what they can offer. With their focus on innovation, Deceuninck, Dempsey Dyer, MB Frames and Residence 9 all demonstrated compelling reasons to partner with them.

 

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