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FIT for success – review of 2017 show

06/08/17

APEER is unlikely to be slowing down after the success of the FIT Show – the manufacturer has eight more shows left in its calendar, making a total of 13 planned for the whole year.

“We so enjoy exhibiting at the FIT Show and this one definitely didn’t disappoint.” said Linda Tomb, Marketing Manager, “Once again it gave us a great platform for our new and existing customers to really engage with our products and provided the team with some fantastic networking opportunities.

“One of our main goals this year was to raise Lumi’s profile as a credible choice for refurbishment projects, as well as being equally suitable for new build applications. We made sure demonstrations of our reglazeable window were available on the stand too to help visitors better visualise the process.”

New additions to the award winning Lumi range were also launched at the show including a frameless Lumi French door, a three pane triple track Lumi Lift & Slide door and a new Lumi front door.

Apeer also brought a selection from its range of composite doors to showcase at the event.

“The stable door has been one of the most well received doors in the collection,” explained Linda. “It offers that popular country chic look that so many homeowners aspire to, but we have developed ours to be double rebated so that it has all the charm of the traditional style but with none of the loss in performance.”

“We’re lucky to have a really talented team that produce all of our bespoke glass designs and for the show we wanted to create something special that pushed us to challenge ourselves. Inspired by one of our factory team who moonlights as an extra on the show, we came up with the Game of Thrones design which was great fun and a fantastic talking point for us on the stand.”

FIT for success – review of 2017 show
FIT for success – review of 2017 show
FIT for success – review of 2017 show
FIT for success – review of 2017 show
FIT for success – review of 2017 show