“Most successful FIT Show yet” for SWISSPACER

 “Most successful FIT Show yet” for SWISSPACER
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This year’s FIT Show was the most successful yet for the world’s leading warm edge spacer bar supplier SWISSPACER.

The stand was constantly busy with visitors keen to see its latest innovations and learn more about its new Marketing Toolkit.  

There was strong interest in SWISSPACER’s new 32mm and 36mm bars, ideal for the most energy efficient doors and for sealed units with integral blinds. The new bars, which bring SWISSPACER’s total number of bar widths to 19 – the widest range on the market, are a great choice for bi-folds, conservatories and office environments.

SWISSPACER’s new Marketing Toolkit is a free suite of marketing and sales aids and visitors found out how the Toolkit can help them sell the benefits of warm edge. The Toolkit pen knife was a real show stopper and talking point for visitors. It included SWISSPACER’s leading colour range of 17 spacer bars, and iPads for those wanting to try out its energy calculating app Caluwin.

There was also an exclusive show of SWISSPACER Air, a clever device that prevents sealed unit failure caused by changes in altitude. And each day ended perfectly with a chilled glass of bubbly for customers, editors and others to enjoy!

SWISSPACER Head of Marketing & Sales (UK & Ireland) John Cooper said: “We were delighted with the response to SWISSPACER at the FIT Show. We had strong leads throughout the three days and it was great to catch up with so many customers. The FIT Show organisers did a fantastic job – the whole event was buzzing and everyone I spoke to agreed that this year was the best FIT Show yet!”

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