ADSA

Opening Doors – AliMet Becomes ADSA Member

  • 23 Aug 2022

AliMet Fabrications has become a member of the Automatic Door Suppliers Association (ADSA) – opening doors to a key market segment for the supply of door sets and entrance requirements.

Tim Moore, AliMet’s Technical Sales Consultant has been actively involved with ADSA for more than 20 years – including two as its chair. He is keen to ensure AliMet benefits from industry guidance and support.

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‘Significant part’

He comments: “The automatic door industry is a significant part of our customer base. We regularly undertake door, window and screen fabrication for a number of leading manufacturers and smaller companies, so it makes sense for AliMet to become an ADSA member and be more directly involved.

“ADSA is at the forefront of maintaining quality and safety standards and training. We intend to keep on top of changes that relate to our customers to ensure that we can respond to their needs.”

AliMet, in Bridgnorth, Shropshire, will also take advantage of ADSA member benefits. These include technical and industry updates and resources to support business operations.

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