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RCM and SPSenvirowall cement their collaboration at Futurebuild 2019

  • 26 Mar 2019

The closer collaboration between RCM and SPSenvirowall was evident in a joint exhibition at Futurebuild 2019, whereby both companies shared a brand new stand showcasing their vast range of compatible products, offering a one-stop shop to customers.

Both part of the Benx Group, RCM and its sister company SPSenvirowall shared a large and visually exciting new stand, showcasing their joint product offerings, with great success.

Greater depth and diversity of products on offer demonstrated integration capability and successful one-stop solutions.

The prime position at the show, together with the very clean and slick white design of the new stand, meant the samples on display virtually presented themselves.

Various ranges of colourful facades and brick finishes drew visitors in and made them take a closer look.

Suspended 360-degree rotating interactive displays of RCM’s ‘complete through wall solutions’ and SPS’s ‘system build-ups’ allowed visitors to garner a much better understanding of how the different products integrate with each other to form a solution.

Dynamic Cladding, offered exclusively by SPSfacades, part of the Benx Group and RCM’s popular Supertech Weatherboard cladding were also featured, highlighting the phenomenal façade options available.

Visitors could also take away samples of the great building board range RCM have to offer.

Amy Baker, Marketing Manager at RCM, commented: “These are exciting times for both RCM and our sister company SPSenvirowall. Our closer integration will benefit our customers by being able to offer a much greater choice of solutions.

“Our products are compatible with each other and the range of services we offer greatly reduce the complexity of the customer’s supply chain.

“Our collaboration will also offer combined logistics, utilising nationwide depots, allowing for just-in-time deliveries.”

Natasha Ives, Marketing Manager, SPSenvirowall, added: “Being able to showcase the different suspended models of ‘system build-ups’ using products such as Renderclad, TS Rail and a range of cavity systems give ideas and concepts a visual presence.

“Visitors left positive feedback and the show generated valuable leads and enquiries, which sums up the great effort made by all involved and is a testament to our ability to offer such a great range of compatible products.” 

Those who couldn’t make Futurebuild 2019 will have the opportunity to visit the new stand at UK Construction Week, which takes place later this year, at NEC Birmingham, from 8 – 10 October.

RCM and SPSenvirowall will be exhibiting in the ‘Roofing, Cladding & Insulation’ section, at stand B845.

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