Tuesday 24 November 2020

Published on Schedule - The Autumn/Winter Issue of Door Industry Journal is Online NOW!


Welcome to the final issue of the Door Industry Journal for 2020 - what a year it’s been!

I think we can all agree it’s best to put 2020 behind us and hope for better in 2021. But, of course, no year is complete without the winter edition of the DIJ.


And our last issue of the year is not complete without:

The Twelve Doors of Christmas:

Door 1 - Yule be impressed to read about the record-breaking sales reported at Aluroll (page 7)

Door 2 - ADSA has adapted to lockdown by offering online training – what a tree-mendous effort (p8)

Door 3 - Don’t miss-tletoe Hörmann UK MD Wolfgang Gorner’s take on the challenges facing the sector in 2021 (p16)

Door 4 - The DHF is doing great work in the elf and safety field by launching emergency first aid courses (p19)

Door 5 - It makes frankin-sense to incorporate security into new developments, which is exactly what Secured by Design has done at Kingston University (p28)

Door 6 - There’s snow doubt you’ll want to read about Garador’s new product launch (p36)
Door 7 - Aluroll has done a berry good job in maintaining a two-week turnaround time throughout the pandemic (p38)

Door 8 - Don’t miss spr-out on an article about continued growth and success at Trojon Roller Doors (p45)
Door 9 - Hart Doors is looking to play a tur-key role in the fight against climate change (p78)

Door 10 - There’s a santa-lising new gate and door app on the market, courtesy of HSL (p86)

Door 11 - Discover why so many wise men and women are joining the HorizAL “Portalier” network (p88

Door 12 - Here’s a gift for you – our end of year collection of funnies (p120

That’s it for this year - enjoy your Christmas and I’ll be back with you for our Spring 2021 issue. .

Happy reading, but before you go.....

My personal thanks, as ever, goes to all our readers, advertisers and contributors for your support in producing all of our 2020 issues, in what has been nothing less than a challenging year.

On behalf of "Team DIJ", we all look forward to continuing to keep our readers engaged in the New Year and assisting companies of all sizes with their publicity requirements in 2021.

You can now grab the mince pies and book the "virtual" office party!

Derek Hibbart
Editor, Door Industry Journal

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