REHAU will be showcasing its complete range of windows and doors, which it produces for a variety of global markets, at the upcoming Fensterbau show.
The company will be hosting a travel themed stand, which will invite Fenserbau’s visitors on an ‘All Inclusive’ trip: it will showcase windows and doors from Europe, Asia, Russia and the United States.
Through its unique stand, REHAU aims to demonstrate that it can offer service and support for customers in any region.
The UK market will be signified by REHAU’s Heritage vertical slider, whilst its SYNEGO product will represent Germany.
The BLOX system – which replicates timber – will be flying the flag for the Netherlands; France’s NEFERIA, which is extruded using REHAU’s RAU-FIPRO fibre composite material, and Asia’s Premium Plus in a metallic effect finish will also be on display.
Finally, the USA will be represented by REHAU’s new ÄSPEKT, which has been developed as a direct competitor to aluminium.
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