Tuesday, 17 July 2012

Hörmann door sales rise


 Hörmann is reporting an increase in sales as warehouse development continues to be dominated by the food retail sector. On-going projects include work for Asda, The Co-operative Group, Sainsbury's and Waitrose.

The desire to reduce the carbon footprint of their supply chains is one factor behind the development of new, more energy efficient, warehouses and is shaping their design.

The increased use of fast action doors both internally and externally is contributing to the increased sales reported by Hörmann. Internally, these doors partition areas and prevent draughts, while externally, they minimise the time the door is open, leading to reduced energy consumption.

With more of these doors in place there is an associated need for safety systems, which has led to greater demand for integration of doors and loading bays that help to maintain the high safety levels these major operators work to. The position of Hörmann as a true one-stop-shop for all loading bay requirements is consequently helping to accelerate sales and has directly led to the development of new products.

Asda, for example, has chosen the new Hörmann, HS7030 insulated high speed spiral door for level access loading bays, while demand from several companies has led Hörmann to include ThermoFrame as standard with all double insulated DPU sectional doors. These products were developed specifically to meet the demand for better thermal efficiency.

As an added service Hörmann has created a free, modular planning tool, the Energy Saving Compass. This gives examples of well planned loading bays, the choices available and calculates the payback time for the chosen options.

Go to www.hormann.co.uk and find the Energy Saving Compass on the welcome page. For further help you can contact Hörmann direct on 01530 513050 or Email info@hormann.co.uk





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