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Falkirk firm explains marking system

Derek Malcolm (left) and Alan Malcolm (right) of Sealco at the recent seminar

Derek Malcolm (left) and Alan Malcolm (right) of Sealco at the recent seminar

 

A leading hardware distribution firm invited clients to a seminar to help them see the wood from the trees.

Falkirk-based Sealco held the event to provide information about CE Marking for timber.

The compliance check was introduced in July 2013 but Alan Malcolm, Sealco’s Scottish sales director, said: “CE Marking has been a hot topic for joinery companies since changes to the laws were announced. There was still some confusion for local businesses around the topic and what needed to be done to comply with CE Marking law.

“With this in mind, we got in touch with Build Check to give a seminar specially created for timber window and door manufacturers to offer practical advice on how to comply with the new CE Mark regulation.”

Sealco, which is based at St Johns Sawmill in Etna Road, welcomed over 30 customers from the timber industry and Falkirk Council.

Alan added: “It was a huge success and a good chance for us to get together 
with local customers as 
well as those from further afield.”

 

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