A Massive 175+ Top Brands and Dozens of New Names Flock to FIT

Within three short years The FIT Show has become the place to see and be seen in the UK window, door, glass and conservatory market and this April will bear witness to the biggest FIT Show yet, with more than 175 top suppliers taking part in a show that is stuffed wall-to-wall with new products.

But whilst most of the top brands will be stacking their stands between them with hundreds of products that will be seen for the first time anywhere, more than 35 brand new names will be taking space for the first time at The FIT Show.

The new exhibitors represent a huge diversity of products and services including trade fabricators, software specialists, hardware distributors and manufacturers, frame machinery suppliers, fire testing experts, packaging materials, heating and ventilation specialists, composite and moulded doors….whatever visitors may be looking for there will be new suppliers, let alone products, to choose from.

The number of exhibitors coupled with the fact that virtually every one is anticipated to be offering new products and services following a gap of almost two years since the previous FIT Show, means that visitors should plan their visits more thoroughly than ever.

“Common feedback from visitors to past FIT Shows is that they should have left more time for their visit,” says Matthew Glover of the organisers.

“This April we have more exhibitors than ever before showing more products and we urge visitors to plan their visits carefully and certainly to allow plenty of time, ideally attending for two days or more.It will be time well spent.”

The FIT Show takes place at The International Centre Telford on the 12th, 13th and 14th of April 2016. Entry is free but avoid the queues by registering early at www.fitshow.co.uk.

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Date: 2 February 2016
Source: www.fitshow.co.uk

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