TFS Showcase Enhanced Processes at UK Construction Week
UK Construction Week is the largest built environment event in the UK, with an array of different sections and shows celebrating all aspects of the construction industry. With a dedicated timber sector, showcasing the very best – UK Construction Week acts as the perfect place to display our recent investment in internal operations in a bid to educate the audience to the benefits of offsite processing.
In celebration of our 21st year in business, we have invested heavily in our service offering to ensure that we can provide our clients with solutions that can save time, be more cost-effective, add value and improve quality. With an ambition to become a one-stop-shop for all timber processing requirements, we are bringing our latest product developments to stand T112 at the NEC in Birmingham from the 8 – 10th October.
On stand, we will be focusing on our processing potentials for blank doors and acoustic panelling. The ability to coat, machine and protect doors before they arrive at site is helping the nation’s builders’ merchants and housebuilders to add value, increase accuracy and reduce costs! Additionally, we will be demonstrating our abilities to machine and lacquer birch plywood for acoustic panelling.
Howard Morris, Managing Director at TFS, said: “We are bringing our entire product range to stand T112 at UK Construction Week this year, with close focus on our enhanced capabilities as a result of our year-long investment programme. We want to educate the market on the processing potentials of timber substrates and how utilising an offsite processing partner can seriously benefit the return on investment.”
The IRO Timber range will also be visible on stand. Brought to market by BSW Timber, but processed at our manufacturing facility, IRO Timber is a low maintenance alternative to traditional decking and cladding products, with rustic aesthetic qualities.
To find out more about our service offering, please visit us at Stand T112 at UK Construction Week in the NEC, Birmingham from 8th – 10th October.Go Back