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New names at DIY & Garden Show

Published: 22 October 2007
London show is attracting a growing list of first-time exhibitors to the leading event for the diy and garden industries.
New names at DIY & Garden Show
New names to the show so far this year include:
  • IBP Conex, which designs and manufactures all types of plumbing fittings;
  • Great Star UK, which designs and manufactures hand tools, power tools and accessories;
  • Stratum Products with the first showing of its new expandable spirit levels;
  • TB Davies and its new domestic telescopic 'Xtend & Climb Home' ladder;
  • Spanish anti-dampness specialist Bolaseca;
  • Indian company Ace Hardware with its range of hardware and door furniture;
  • Kwikgrip UK, suppliers of all types of adhesive tape;
  • PPHU Omega, from Poland, which will be showing cutting and grinding disks;
  • Associated Security Products which has promised the launch of a new Bird Table camera, following the success of its Bird Box camera.

  • "The selection of new diy names exhibiting at the DIY & Garden Show next January provides a great snapshot of the diversity this industry enjoys," said exhibition organiser, Brintex.

    In addition to the new names, companies returning to the show after a break include: Group 55, which supplies premium pest control products.

    It has set itself the target of launching a new product in its 'Strikeback' range every fortnight from November, eventually taking its offer up to 60 items.

    Dutch company Perfectmate BV will be showing new designs for its widely-acclaimed worksite radios.

    With its particular expertise in the garden centre sector, Retail Shop Interiors will be encouraging show visitors to call on them for retail layout advice and new fixtures and fittings.

    Eurolink Hardware is back at the show with new designs and accessories and on the look out for new customers and distributors around the UK.

    Also back is Tristar, which is launching a new range of decorating products to add to its current decorating offer of dustsheets and tarpaulins.

    Butterick is back with its kits of cut outs, murals and borders.

    "The range of products available at the show is outstanding and I'm sure will provide all our visitors with some great ideas for future sales," declared show director James Murray.

    The DIY & Garden Show and its sister show Totally Tools take place on the 13, 14 and 15 January 2008 in Earls Court 2, London.


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