Monday 2 April 2018

Why not have a good read, the Spring issue of DIJ is available online now!

The Door Industry Journal is an independently produced and edited trade publication, published on behalf of the door and automated gate industries.

With the Beast from the East consigned to whence it came, there is (at last) a hint of spring in the air. And with it comes the latest issue of the DIJ. 

Depending on when you’re reading this, you are probably looking forward to a bit of chocolate – or regretting how much you ate! Either way, there’s plenty inside to keep you occupied:

We start, of course, with a rundown of the recent R+T show in Stuttgart. It only comes around once every three years, so is eagerly anticipated and always makes an impact. This year is no exception, with record numbers of exhibitors and visitors and lots of positive feedback from UK companies. Go to page 6 to read more.

The Door Industry Journal is an independently produced and edited trade publication, published on behalf of the door and automated gate industries.
On page 10, meanwhile, there is vital information for anyone who works on construction sites, in a piece by qualified NVQ Assessor Pete Whyatt. In this article, Pete explains the situation on the CSCS Skilled Worker Card, and clears up much of the confusion that surrounds this subject.

There is more sound advice on page 12, where Neil Sorrell, Channel Manager for UK Access Markets at Somfy, talks us through the latest innovations in the home automation market – and how they can help you and your customers.

On page 16, you can read the reflections of a 40-year veteran of the industry – in a spread devoted to the thoughts of Dave Lewis, Managing Director at Ellard and the latest Chairman of DHF’s Industrial Door Group.

And on page 56 there’s a piece on a nifty new device from Teckentrup – the CarTeck DRIVE. This one-size-fits-all motorised opener features a clever fixed chain and travelling motor design that is maintenance free.

So, plenty to get your teeth into besides chocolate! Enjoy your reading, but before you go..... 

Our thanks, as ever, goes to all our readers, advertisers and contributors for your support in producing this issue. We look forward to keeping our readers engaged and assisting companies of all sizes with their publicity requirements in our next issue.

You can now unwrap another egg!

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