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									Leyton based trade fabricator, Maple Windows, says it has ‘defied the difficult economic trading conditions’
by reporting impressive growth figures for 2011.

Sales of Maple’s Eurocell and REHAU windows and doors have contributed to the positive figures, while
demand for its Aspect Panoramic bi-fold has reportedly also been strong.

Maple’s sales manager, Brian Evers, is delighted with the impressive results and is already looking forward
to a successful 2012: “2011 has been a great year for Maple Windows, with niche products such as our
Aspect bi-fold and Eurocell and REHAU vertical sliding sash windows being incredibly well received by
installers. Meanwhile sustained demand for our core offering of Eurocell windows and doors has driven
growth, with these products helping installers to win sales at the sharp end thanks to their high quality,
energy efficiency and competitive pricing.”

2011 has been a landmark year for Maple as the company became one of the first fabricators in the UK to
launch the Eurocell Aspect Panoramic Bi-fold. It also invested in a Stuga Flowline to automate its
manufacturing and increase frame quality and productivity.

Looking ahead to 2012, managing director, Waheed Chuhan, said: “2012 is shaping up to be a great year for
our customers and even though the fate of the UK economy looks uncertain, we’re confident that the quality
of our products and desire to innovate will ensure installers keep winning sales.”

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