FIT Show Debut
The Boing Boing Group will be making its exhibition debut at FIT 2019.
The group, led by Gary Morton, which comprises CentralRPL, CentralASL and Kolorseal Midlands, will be exhibiting its range of PVCU and aluminium products, alongside the new colour coating service offered from its base in the West Midlands.
Group CEO Gary Morton said: “The aim of the group is to offer everything the installer needs from a single fabricator. Whether it’s PVCU from CentralRPL, aluminium from CentralASL, or painted products from Central Inspired, we have it all and the FIT Show provides a fantastic opportunity for us to meet and talk to installers both local and national.
“Equally, our existing customers are invited onto the stand for a catch-up and some hospitality, thus providing us the opportunity to talk some more about the new products and services we’re launching and find out how else we can better support them. Outstanding customer support, or as we call it ‘customer intimacy’, is at the heart of everything we do. For us, having a stand at the FIT Show will be as much about this as it is about taking on new customers.”
CentralRPL sales director Martyn Elwell said: “This will be our first time exhibiting at the FIT Show. It’s a big investment, but we’ve been working hard over the last couple of years to align our product and service offering, so we’ve got a lot to talk about and some exciting initiatives to launch.”
The stand will also feature a section dedicated to GM Fundraising. Gary said: “Thanks to the ongoing support and generosity of the FIT Show, we’ve been able to add a little extra to our stand for GM Fundraising. Alongside the team at FIT, this industry has shown us such fantastic support over the years. This space gives us a chance to say thank you, while showing what we’re planning as we push towards our goal of raising £2 million – including a little competition in support of our next cycling challenge ‘From Russia With Hope’. That’s all I’m saying though, you will have to visit the stand to find out more.”