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Author: Mila News Created: Thursday, July 16, 2009
News about Mila Hardware

As someone who spends their life making sure that Mila has what I believe is the best supply chain in the industry, I’ve been watching with interest the problems which some of the UK’s biggest High Street names are currently having with managing their Christmas orders and deliveries.

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For any fabricator supplying doors and windows into the new build sector, November 7 was a very significant date, yet it seems to have passed virtually unnoticed by the industry and unreported by the media.

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For any fabricator supplying doors and windows into the new build sector, November 7 was a very significant date, yet it seems to have passed virtually unnoticed by the industry and unreported by the media.

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Mila has launched the UK’s only Kitemarked high security patio handle suitable for use with PVC-U, composite and timber doors.

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Mila’s parent company Arran Isle has been named as one of the UK’s fastest growing companies in the Sunday Times’ prestigious Top Track 250 list.

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Mila is celebrating after its Triple Care Technical Support service was shortlisted in the Customer Care Initiative category at the G-14 awards.  Having won the Component Supplier of the Year award in both 2013 and 2011, Mila is keen to demonstrate that its expertise extends beyond outstanding product design and logistics and into customer support as well.

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After so many column inches were written about CE marking last year, you could be forgiven for thinking that there was nothing more to say on the subject – or perhaps like me you’ve reached a point where you’re just a little bit fed up with hearing about it!

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It’s all about you…

Where you were born and live, currently…
I was born in Coventry but now live in Daventry – not far from Mila’s head office.

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Mila has responded to the growth in triple glazing with the launch of new friction stays which are suitable for use with triple glazed and wide side-hung sashes.

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I’ve become aware in recent weeks of some misinformation in the market which has the potential to undermine the credibility of the Secured by Design scheme, and I think it needs to be addressed.

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