REHAU will be helping to lead the conversation on the future of the windows industry at this year’s FIT Show, May 21–23 at Birmingham’s NEC.
At the event, REHAU will be showcasing the newly launched Rio Flush Fit product on the MACO Hardware stand, number J40.
An alternative to traditional timber windows, the Rio Flush Fit offers a competitive range of colours and finishes for fabricators and installers. The product still maintains the same ease to manufacture and fit as REHAU’s already existing TOTAL70 profiles by using the same technology.
Visitors to the MACO Hardware stand will be able to see the Turner Oak Rio flush Fit window.
REHAU will also be encouraging visitors to visit the website to order a REHAU fabricator or installer pack containing information on REHAU products and services, or a Rio marketing resources pack. Plus, by ordering your pack online you will be entered into a draw to win a GoPro Hero 7 White.
In addition, some leading REHAU figures will be joining the panel on a number of seminars exploring what tomorrow’s industry holds. Martin Hitchin, Chief Executive of REHAU UK, will be among those joining a panel of leading experts debating the need for the industry to develop more sustainable practices for the future. Titled “Why Recycling & Sustainability Matter to your Business”, Martin will discuss a number of issues relating to recycling and how if businesses become more environmentally friendly, it will benefit both their own success, but also support the future of our planet. The debate will take place on Tuesday, May 21, at 2:15pm in the Insight Theatre.
Then, in a more industry-focused seminar, Heather Edwards, Purchasing Manager at REHAU, will be talking through the wide range of opportunities available for those in fenestration sector in “Fenestration – So What?”, with a panel of others from across the industry. The panel will be discussing further topics on the huge range of career paths available within the fenestration industry, whether that be marketing, operations or product development. Heather and the panel will also give some tips on what employers may be looking for in the industry, as well as how people can get started.
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