When we first arranged the Triple Glazing Question, we thought 500 places would be more than enough,” says Andy Jones, managing director for Edgetech UK. “But as we saw the number of bookings increasing we arranged with Ricoh Arena to increase numbers to the maximum the room will take.“High levels of interest in the topic are coming from the whole industry.If volumes for triple glazing take off, like they have in Europe, there are real issues for the supply chain.
“But far from everyone is positive. There is much debate about the performance of triple glazing compared to double glazing and scepticism about the benefits.
“We’ll be covering all the issues at the Ricoh Arena on 10 April. There’s also time for questions to the speakers. Delegates will also be able to discuss and in the expert arena with stakeholders including aluplast, Build Check, Bystronic Hegla, CENSolutions, Clear Thinking Software, Deceuninck, FIT Show, Glazpart, Inagas, Insight Data, Kömmerling, Lisec UK, Promac, Ritec, Selecta, Spectus, Synseal, VEKA UK and Yale, There is also a press area and video booth for delegates to have their say.
“Adding the extra tickets gives even more people the chance to join the debate.”
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Ordering tickets for The Triple Glazing Question couldn’t be easier. Simply log onto www.tripleglazingq.co.uk and book your free place at the Ricoh Arena on 10 April.