Clearview National March 2016 - Issue 172 - Page 70

FIT SHOW 2016 SHOWCASING THREE TOP GERMAN ATTRACTIONS »»Engineering innovation, beer and the popular ‘wurst’ are arguably three of the most well-known German trademarks, so it’s no surprise leading hardware specialist, Winkhaus, has chosen to showcase them at the FIT Show in April. Exhibiting on stand 244, Winkhaus will be presenting its newest innovation, the autoLock AV3, alongside the company’s other market leading locking solutions. “The AV3 further expands our already comprehensive range of locking solutions, enabling our clients to offer yet more choice to their own customers,” said Winkhaus managing director Justin Harris. “We invite fabricators and installers to our stand to see the new innovations for themselves, and discover how our complex portfolio of locking solutions can help them gain a strong competitive advantage across multiple markets,” said Justin. “Visitors to our stand will also be able to see our new AV2 animation that explains in a nutshell how our most popular lock works.” Aside from product innovations, the Winkhaus stand will also boast a ‘German hospitality’ theme, with traditional German beer and sausages. For more information contact Winkhaus on 01536 316091, or visit www.winkhaus.co.uk A GLOWING SENSATION »»A Titon employee claims to have spotted a mysterious box in the ‘High Security’ area of the company’s manufacturing facility in Suffolk. The adjacent image has sparked speculation and excitement over what it may be, although exact details of its contents have yet to be determined. The employee revealed: “I was making my way out of the factory when I noticed something was glowing. It was in the secure zone, which is known as ‘AREA 24’ and I was unclear what it was but something interesting is definitely in the pipeline!” Titon is scheduled to be exhibiting at the FIT Show at Telford in April 2016 (stand ‘something interesting is definitely in the pipeline!’ 326), but whether this is connected to the unidentified glowing object is still open to debate as, when contacted nobody from the company was available for comment. Stranger still, when the employee questioned his colleagues, no one else at the factory seemed to have noticed the boxed phenomenon. Perhaps more details will be revealed soon? THE WAREHOUSE CONCEPT »»Sealco will demonstrate its comprehensive range of window and door hardware solutions on Stand 214 at FIT Show, as the leading distributor showcases its ‘warehouse on a stand.’ With a stand design that has the look and feel of its distribution warehouse, Sealco will under line its ability to deliver hardware solutions anywhere in the UK with next-day delivery. The extensive Sealco range offers solutions across all major window and door types – timber, aluminium and PVCu making it the ideal partner for fabricators, joiners and other manufacturers who would like to 70 M A R 2 01 6 source all of their hardware from a single, reliable source. Physical samples on display on the stand will include handles and hinges from Sealco’s own Endurance range, as well as the company’s new series of glazing packers. “We think visitors will be impressed with the number of big brands we work with,” explains Alan Malcolm, Sales Director at Sealco. “Our stand shows a typical warehouse layout, with boxes marked with the logos of our high-quality suppliers – companies of the calibre of Yale, Trojan, Hoppe, Lockmaster, GU, MACO and AGB Hardware. “So come to Hall 2 and look out for those big boxes on Stand 214.” www.sealco-scotland.co.uk