TuffX Show Is FIT for Success

For leading specialist glass processor, TuffX, the FIT Show in Telford, proved a very positive showground with many leads generated and substantial interest shown in all products across the company’s portfolio.

The revolutionary eco i-Panel took centre stage for the company at the Telford exhibition, with many visitors clearly impressed by the innovative insulated spandrel panel which combines aesthetics with exceptionally high performance, offering an insulation value as low as 0.17.Introduced primarily for commercial applications and residential developments, the niche product for curtain walling projects offers installers a unique alternative, with an overall thickness of just 28mm that can be produced in most RAL colours and which can be fitted directly into existing glazing systems.

Using the full potential of the show as a presentation platform, the company demonstrated numerous market leading products including the Ambi-Max superlength, high performance glass units from the Ambience range for conservatory glass roof applications. The TuffX team was kept busy throughout the exhibition with a steady stream of existing and new customers visiting the stand daily, who considered the show a viable arena to place orders. With an established reputation for excellence and reliability within the processed glass market, TuffX management was pleased with the positive results achieved at the exhibition. Products across the TuffX and Ambience ranges proved popular with considerable interest also shown in the heat soaked, laminated-toughened glasses, available in varying thickness along with screen printed glass options. With a focus placed on helping customers to improve lead generation, TuffX also highlighted all coloured, high performance roof glass on its impressive stand.

Graham Price, Managing Director at TuffX considers this exhibition had a crucial bearing on the market, enabling installers and specifiers to familiarise themselves with exceptionally high performance products that provide many business advantages and satisfy consumers who demand more energy efficient concepts. He comments, “It was evident from the enquiries at the show that demand continues to increase for quality products that offer more dynamic design as well as cost efficient benefits.” “All our products are quickly and easily manufactured incorporating superior performance qualities that cannot be matched. Our ranges are made to the highest specification enabling us to qualify our statement of leading the market. This was evident by the interest shown at the FIT Show, with sales and enquiries far surpassing our expectations.”

Over the last few years TuffX has established a leading market position through product development and innovation. Management considers that combining technical superiority with aesthetics that are unmatched in the industry, gives installers and specifiers huge potential, which was proven by the positive feedback received on-stand. Graham Price concludes, “There is no other company that can match the choice or superior performance levels we offer. We will continue to research and develop our portfolio to ensure that we provide complete solutions for installers, specifiers and consumers alike.”

For more information on the products available in the TuffX range please visit either www.tuffxprocessedglass.co.uk or www.ambiglass.co.uk .  

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