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GLASS&SEALEDUNITS DANCING SHOES RAISE MONEY FOR NEW WHEELS » » MORLEY GLASS & GLAZING managing director Ian Short has helped provide Mill Field Primary School in Leeds with a new set of wheels after he raised more than £10k for children’s charity Variety. Last year, Ian trained for three months alongside professional dance partner Olivia Choi from the North Leeds Dance Academy before competing against nine other amateur dancers in Variety’s Strictly Ballroom competition. Ian and Olivia wowed the star-studded judging panel with their samba and were crowned the winners on the evening. Best of all, the charity event raised a total of £39,500, enough to fund Mill Field’s new Sunshine Coach. Serving a diverse community in an area of significant social disadvantage, Mill Field employs a play therapist to help support its students, is a member of a food waste ‘Ian and Olivia wowed the star-studded judging panel’ programme and provides a breakfast club for over 80 students. Ian said: “The last year has been a fantastic journey for me, from quitting smoking and getting fit to learning to dance and losing over six stone in weight so far. To be able to present the new coach to teachers and students at Mill Field Primary School was a wonderful conclusion to the story.” Corporate video offers perfect introduction CRL, the world leading supplier of glass hardware to the glazing, railing, architectural and construction industries has launched a new, European corporate video, giving customers a smart introduction to the company’s facilities, brand and dedicated customer service. » » IN JUST ONE AND A HALF minutes, the video gives a snapshot of the CRL Europe business, its size, reach, product range and customer service, demonstrating why the brand has been successful for over 50 years. The company’s European head office in Manchester is the star of the video. One of three CRL locations throughout Europe, the UK premises stocks the company’s extensive range of 60,000 products, including shower door and internal door hardware, railing hardware, architectural metals, and tools and accessories to the glass industry. It also features a large product showroom and trade counter. “With customers situated throughout Europe we understand that it is not easy for everyone to pay us a visit, so we’ve introduced a new corporate video which sums up our offering and gives a feel of what the CRL brand is about, what we offer and how we like to do business,” comments Simon Boocock, Managing Director of CRL Europe. HELPING MANUFACTURERS ADAPT TO CHANGING INDUSTRY » » EDGETECH HAS RETURNED FROM a highly successful showcase at the 2018 China Glass exhibition, one of the biggest events in the glazing industry calendar. China Glass – held in Shanghai, this April – saw glazing professionals from across Asia and the wider world experiencing the latest cutting-edge products, and discussing the key trends and developments reshaping the industry. This year, the show captured a snapshot of an industry in transition, as Daniel Zhang from Edgetech’s dedicated agent in China 52 » JUL 2018 » CL EARVI E W- UK . C O M explains: “The glazing market is changing rapidly, particularly here in China. We’re seeing rising demand for energy-efficient products, and for higher-end, better- performing products in general. Beyond the products themselves, there was also a great deal of interest in the broader manufacturing solution that Edgetech can offer – fully- automated lines, world-class technical assistance, finance packages for key customers and more.” Chris Alderson, Edgetech UK & Asia Pacific Managing Director commented: “As more and more glass manufacturers move towards automation, it’s clear that Ё) Ёٕȁѡݽɱѡɗé՝)ȁѡͽЁ䰁)ፕЁɽչəɵѡM)MȁѡȁѕɽՍ́)ɽ٥t)ܹѕլ