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Author: Mila News Created: Thursday, July 16, 2009
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The new GRIP™ (Green Reliable Intelligent Polymer) espag handle from Mila is the first mainstream window hardware product to be certified by the Carbon Trust.

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Mila is adding two new colour options to its popular ProStyle range of door handles just in time for FIT.  Heritage Black and Pewter will both be on display on Mila’s stand at the show (Stand 210).

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Endurance Doors has become the first composite door manufacturer in the UK to start using Mila’s fastest to fit ProSecure door hinge.

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The Mila stand will invite visitors into a world where quality is on every street.  Quite literally, we’re creating our own mini Mila neighbourhood where our top quality hardware is fitted on every window and door.

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Richard Gyde, Managing Director of Mila, predicts that service will be the next big battleground in the hardware sector, as companies battle for business in an increasingly competitive marketplace.

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‘With a myriad of stands to attract the visitor to the FIT Show, what reasons can you give as to why a visitor should make a point of visiting your stand?’

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Breaking every best practice guideline in the book, Mila has instructed all of its sales managers to lift and carry their new window samples just by the handle.

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Mila is calling its new GRIP™ (Green Reliable Intelligent Polymer) espag handle the most exciting and innovative product it has launched in the last five years.

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Mila’s Amanda Boikovs, PA to Managing Director Richard Gyde, won the inaugural ‘Unsung Hero’ trophy at last November’s G-Awards.  GGP persuaded the normally shy and retiring Amanda to step into the limelight for an interview. 

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Mila is launching a new ‘Supa’ range of stainless steel pull handles with an innovative new ‘Duo’ finish which gives composite door manufacturers a great opportunity to differentiate their ranges.

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