Fullex 'growing' in confidence

With parts of the economy stagnating and companies everywhere feeling the pinch, Fullex Locks, one of the longest established UK Multipoint lock manufacturers, have grown an impressive 50% during its last two years of trading.

This significant growth has come from new product introductions and from new routes to market, including the appointment of two major distribution partners, Total Hardware and Carl F Groupco.

The new products include the XL 3 hook PVCu and Composite Door lock, Crimebeater ‘Dual locking’ Midlock system, ABC Anti Snap/Anti Bump Kitemarked cylinders and a new In-line sliding patio door lock.

One of Fullex’s most innovative products is the Pyroscape multipoint lock, which offers genuine PAS24 security from the outside, whilst offering rapid keyless egress from inside in the event of an emergency.

Growth for the future cannot be ignored and Fullex has an active product development program and is constantly striving to meet and exceed new standards set by industry bodies.

With a revised website, new product literature, editorial features, trade advertising and attendance at exhibitions such as Ecobuild and Construction in Housing, Fullex are bucking the current trend and are building 30 years of manufacturing excellence.

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