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Pair added to ever-growing UK Pavilion at Fensterbau Frontale

  • 30 Jan 2018

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The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) has announced two more high-quality names that have been added to the already substantial list of companies at the UK Pavilion of this year’s Fensterbau Frontale.

RegaLead and Jackloc have signed up to join the UK Pavilion of the show, which will be taking place in Nuremberg from the 21st to 24th March.

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Regalead has supplied bevels worldwide for the past two decades, constantly continuing to refine and expand its range every year to offer customers optimum product selection and the highest quality.

The company is currently market leaders in Europe in the design and development of bevels for glass overlay.

Guy Hubble, Joint Managing Director at RegaLead expressed his excitement ahead of the event, with the company set to showcase its cutting-edge ColorSpray Aqua glass and PVC-U paint technology.

“Europe is an important market for RegaLead and we’ve exhibited at Fensterbau before, but it’ll be a pleasure to join the best of the UK window industry in the Pavilion,” he said.

Queen’s Award-winning Jackloc are the original cable restrictor specialists. Their full range of universal window and door restrictors safeguard thousands of lives each day across the globe.

This is achieved by significantly lowering the danger of falls from windows. Products of the company’s can be found in both residential and commercial applications including hotels, hospitals and schools.

Emma Wells, Jackloc Company Director, commented on its presence, as they head into a significant anniversary.

“As we celebrate 15 years of improving safety, the UK Pavilion provides a great opportunity to grow our brand in more international markets and reach out to new customers and distributors,” she said.

The complete Jackloc range will be showcased, which has set the benchmark for window safety worldwide, with an irrefutable track record of absolutely no fatalities, a claim which ‘no other cable-based window restrictor can make’ according to Emma.

James Lee (above photo), GGF Director of Group Marketing, spoke of his ‘delight’ of the two latest additions, who will ‘certainly add even more quality to the excellent range of products on show on the UK Pavilion at Fensterbau.’

More information on which other companies are featuring at the UK Pavilion of the Fensterbau Frontale, plus information of where to find it at the show, can be found by reading the articles on the GGF’s Buildingtalk supplier page –  http://www.buildingtalk.com/supplier/glass-and-glazing-federation/

Contact:

Glass and Glazing Federation
40 Rushworth Street
London
SE1 0RB
LONDON

t: 0207 939 9101

Visit the Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) website

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