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Author: Mila News Created: Thursday, July 16, 2009
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It’s been more than 3 years since I wrote my first guide to standards for Glass News and, although the standards market isn’t renowned for how quickly it moves, there have been a few significant changes since then so I thought that now would be a good time to cover the ones that affect door manufacture.  I’ll cover windows in a future issue.

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Depending on the hardware you buy – and where you buy it from – you can probably expect it to come with a guarantee of 5, 10, 20 or even maybe 25 years. As a fabricator, you happily pass that guarantee on to your installer and, as an installer, you then happily pass it on to your homeowner.

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Mila has made it even easier for customers to choose the right product for any application with a brand new set of design icons to show exactly what is included in every guarantee.

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Charly Venn has joined Mila’s award winning marketing team to head up its digital activity.

A creative advertising graduate with several years’ commercial experience, Charly is using her skills in both online marketing and social media to help Mila engage directly with customers, suppliers, colleagues and market influencers. She is also offering support to Mila customers who want expert advice on using digital marketing for themselves.

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Mila has extended its stylish new Heritage finish across a much broader range of hardware so that customers can now mix and match to achieve a really authentic looking result on any traditional style window or door.

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If some commentators in this industry are to be believed, Brexit was just a blip which can be brushed aside as everyone ‘keeps calm and carries on’.  I wish it were that simple.  In the hardware sector where so many products are manufactured overseas, the real implications of the Brexit vote are only now really starting to be felt, as the impact of the fall in the value of the pound filters through to the prices being charged to fabricators, and in turn to installers and eventually consumers.

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It will be in 2017 that the real implications of the Brexit vote will finally be felt in the hardware sector, as price rises come into force virtually across the board, as a result of the fall in the value of the pound against both the dollar and the euro.

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What are your expectations for 2017, for your company and our industry as a whole?

There is no doubt that 2017 will see price rises across the hardware sector as the fall in the value of the pound post Brexit vote and a rise in commodity prices come together to create almost a perfect storm for manufacturers.

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Mila has demonstrated the value of its technical advice service by working with Eurocell to achieve PAS24 2012 approval at BSI on five single and French doors, with both standard and new PVC low threshold profiles.

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Mila’s marketing team were once again in the spotlight at the G-16 Awards when their campaign to launch the innovative GRIP espag handle was named Trade Marketing Campaign of the year.

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