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Author: Mila News Created: Thursday, July 16, 2009
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Last time in Tech Talk I presented my straightforward guide to the performance and security standards relating to hardware in door sets.  In this issue, I’m turning my attention to window hardware and more general performance standards and accreditations which I hope will prove equally useful to fabricators and installers trying to keep on top of all the latest requirements.

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Mila was named Component Supplier of the Year at the G-13 awards – the second time in three years that it has won the coveted prize.

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Mila has strengthened its sales team in a move designed to help customers make the most of the opportunities presented by the recovery.

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Mila has been selected by Solidor to manage the supply of its door knockers, spy holes and security bars as the composite door specialist chooses to focus on its core door manufacturing business.

 

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Mila is the only hardware supplier to have been shortlisted in two categories at the G-13 Awards.  It is a finalist in both the highly competitive Component Supplier of the Year category and in the newly launched New Product of the Year category.

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If you are a fabricator, we understand that the key things you want your hardware supplier to provide are consistent product quality and on time delivery.  At Mila, we know that you can’t afford to be let down by a component which fails during installation or even in use, or by deliveries which are late or incomplete.

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There are a bewildering array of standards governing the hardware used on windows and doors and, even as someone who is dealing with them every day, I can understand how many fabricators and installers find them confusing and difficult to keep track of.

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Mila has expanded its product design and development department with the appointment of Jeff Sharratt as a Project Support Technician.

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Buy virtually any consumer item from anywhere along the High Street and chances are you have a six month guarantee at best.

The Sale of Goods Act actually gives customers a one year guarantee if an item is faulty but, after six months you have to prove that the fault is not down to misuse by you, the buyer.

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Mila has already launched more new hardware products this year than in any similar period since the recession started – a sure sign I believe of the strength of the recovery.

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