Major FIT commitment from Carl F Groupco

Carl F Groupco’s continuous presence at the FIT Show is maintained with major investment in an 80 sq m stand.

Returning to its prominent position in Hall 2, a completely new design will ensure impact that underscores the company’s dynamic and proactive approach to hardware distribution.    Selected new innovations and staple flag-ship lines will be presented from the company’s range of over 5,000 door and window fittings.Heading up the design initiative for the Carl F Groupco stand is Marketing Manager Clare Crockett.

Commenting on the concept, she said: “We have attended every FIT Show to date and have found that a mix of creative concepts and leading hardware lines have attracted a high level of visitors to our display. “It is the marketing team’s job to ensure that our brand values are embodied in our stand – we therefore ensure that we convey our key differentiators that include a strong customer service ethos, depth of technical knowledge and exceptional quality across our products and packaging.”

The company will exhibit on stand 226 in Hall 2 and early bookings can be made for stand appointments.

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