Today (30 Aug) saw plans for a second open day at Epwin fabricator Clearview Glaziers on the strength of the first event held recently at its Peterborough base.

Director Robin Squibb said after the first event: “We more than achieved these aims and we’ve secured several new customers as a result.”

The company was the first fabricator to manufacture the Stellar system and it recently invested in a new aluminium CNC machine to increase its production output by an additional 20%. Robin said: “The aesthetics of Stellar are an instant draw for our customers with its flush slim sightlines. Plus, it is very easy to install, so when installers fit Stellar for the first time they never look back. As expected, the Stellar products attracted a great deal of interest and we signed up several new customers on the day.” 

Also on display was Optima. Clearview has been manufacturing the PVC-U system for four years and Robin says it’s always a popular choice.

Neil Smith and Paul Hinds of Epwin Window Systems were on hand throughout the day. Neil said: “Providing our customers with the support they need to build their businesses is central to Epwin Window Systems’ offering. It was great to meet some of Clearview’s customers and prospects and help to further build ongoing relationships.”

It has a thriving trade counter serving local installers and the open day was part of a wider strategy to build this side of the business. Robin commented: “We have a comprehensive range of products so we can be a one stop shop for installers. Add in a commitment to quality, service and support and we have a powerful offering.”

As feedback and results from the open day confirm, it’s an offer that is very appealing and it was clear to see just how much the company has to offer. So much so, a second open day has been arranged for 30 August.

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