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Author: Richard Gyde Created: Wednesday, April 1, 2009
Observations about Mila Hardware and our industry

The lycra is out of the cupboard once again and the training is getting pretty serious with just two weeks to go until this year’s GM Fundraising Rome to Home cycle challenge.

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I’ve already posted a couple of blogs in the aftermath of Siegenia’s announcement that it's ended its relationship with one of our biggest competitors...

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I sent a letter to the trade press a couple of weeks ago appealing for an end to the posting of videos on sites like You Tube showing how to break into doors.

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I like to think that my blog is a popular section on the Mila website - and certainly some weeks it gets more hits than any other page. Last week though, things were off the scale with my post reassuring fabricators that Mila is still supplying the full range of products from Siegenia receiving more than 1000 hits.

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News that Siegenia-Aubi Ltd is to stop supplying its products via one of our biggest competitors has caused quite a stir this week and has understandably unsettled a number of fabricators who rely on many of the highly specialised products from the leading German manufacturer.

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Mila can never be accused of being a ‘me too’ company – we're constantly innovating and looking for ways to create new sales opportunities for our customers.

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Mila benchmarks its systems and performance against the very best companies in other industries.

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There was an interesting thread on the Renegade Conservatory Guy recently criticising conditions in Chinese hardware factories, putting forward the idea that there might be some mileage in the UK for a 'Fairtrade' range of hardware.

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You may have noticed the online ordering button that sneaked onto our website at the end of 2009 in preparation for our launch of a full e-commerce solution this year, part of our bigger e-strategy.

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I had the honour this week of being the guest editor for Emap’s Glasswire newsletter - take a look at www.glasswire.co.uk.

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