Fast growing composite door manufacturer, DOORCO is pleased to return to the FIT Show as an exhibitor, where the company will be showcasing, on Stand 242, a taster of some of its high quality, innovative designs and offering visitors the chance to meet the manufacturers behind what is fast becoming one of the UK’s fabricators’ favourite doors.
Visitors to the stand can see for themselves the new Smart Door, which is pre-apertured during manufacture, therefore removing this layer from the fabricator’s processes, to save valuable CNC time, labour costs and wastage costs. Alongside this will be the popular Combi, with its unique midrail and woodgrain pattern running through from top to bottom, enabling the creation of seven styles from just one slab. Completing the trio of designs for 2016 is the Farmhouse, an upgrade on the Cottage, with the addition of a moulded design and reinforced skin for greater integrity over the original machine grooved flush door.
But that’s not all visitors can expect on Stand 242, as Managing Director Dan Sullivan explains: “We’re looking forward to showcasing this latest suite of designs at the FIT Show, alongside just some of the other innovations from our range. But developing products such as these can only be achieved thanks to our status as manufacturers. We have a fantastic partnership with CEO Tony Cha and the team at the DOORCO Korea, in which we are shareholders. This means that workable ideas and suggestions can be processed quickly, with samples available almost immediately.
“We are delighted, therefore that Tony will be joining us on the stand so visitors can speak to him, or any member of our expert team about the manufacturing process, the benefits it provides both to us as a business, and ultimately, to our customers. In line with this, there will be the opportunity throughout the show to give us feedback on our very latest innovation, the Hybrid, which is currently in the research and development stage. Without giving too much away prior to the show, we think it will make some big waves when it comes to launch. But you’ll have to come to Stand 242 to find out more.”