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Author: Mila News Created: Thursday, July 16, 2009
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Synseal has been so impressed with Mila’s new ProSecure door hinge that it will not only be adding it to the hardware range which it supplies to its customers, but will also be using it in its own Evolve bi-fold door and Carlton complete conservatory manufacturing.

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Mila has revealed the five new profile matched colours for its newly launched ProSecure door hinge.  Anthracite, Silk and Cement grey, as well as Chartwell Green and Cream have been chosen to suit all of the most popular door colours.

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Joe Montague is the new Operations Manager at Mila and is already making a positive impact on the service which the company delivers to customers.

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In my December Tech Talk column, I wrote about the proposed changes which the government was considering in relation to the Building Regs.  The first of these is Approved Document Q concerning the design of secure doorsets for new build developments.

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Mila has launched a new Secured By Design accredited ProSecure door hinge which it says will make life easier for installers on site.

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I am proud of the fact that Mila produces a significant quantity of our hardware in China.  Fundamentally, it enables us to deliver the value which our price sensitive market demands without any compromise on quality.

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Anyone who doubted Mila’s claims that its new ProSecure hinge could really be fitted straight from the box in less than a minute can now see the proof for themselves via a video which the company has posted on its own You Tube channel.

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Marketing graduate Jo Flinders has joined the Mila marketing team as a Marketing Assistant and has already been responsible for launching the company’s new YouTube channel.

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“If you had the opportunity to influence an incoming Prime Minister’s thinking and could persuade him, or her, to adopt policies that could help our industry be more successful or profitable, what would those policies be?”

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In my experience, most homeowners accept that many of the goods and appliances that they buy will have a limited life span.  If they choose to spend £30 on a kettle or a toaster, they will probably fairly readily accept that it will need replacing within a few years.

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