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Author: Mila News Created: Thursday, July 16, 2009
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Alan Peel has been appointed Quality Manager at Mila with a brief to work both with the technical team in the UK and with its overseas manufacturers in the Far East.

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Mila has appointed Darrell Hill to the new role of IT Infrastructure Manager, with a brief to maintain and improve the performance of the IT operation throughout the business.

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Mila has proved so successful in developing bespoke window hardware designs for timber window and door specialist JELD-WEN that the two companies are already talking about extending their partnership...

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Mila has launched a new high security door handle which will enable its customers to target the growing number of consumers who want a secure solution for their homes which is cost effective yet still stylish and high performing.

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Having been named Component Supplier of the Year at the G11 awards, Mila could perhaps be forgiven for resting on its laurels slightly this year.

However, the company is pressing on with its programme of investment...

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Mila has responded to the current rash of publicity surrounding high security locking systems with a complete package of support for its customers.

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Dear Sir

I share the view expressed by several in the media and online over recent weeks that the BBC’s coverage of the lock snapping issue has not presented a very balanced view.

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Tamara Booth has joined Mila in the new role of Product Manager – with a brief to deliver even quicker and more responsive product development programmes.

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Mila Hardware has added the Yale Keyfree system to the range of security hardware it offers to composite door manufacturers.

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Mila has added a new range of Tilt Before Turn (TBT) handles to its popular ProLinea range which offer a winning combination of stylish security, smooth operation and six colour options.

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