Timage rebrands and launches new website
Following a company expansion, Timage has rebranded and launched two sub brands - Timage Marine and Timage Architecture.
The move reflects a growing demand in the hotel and hospitality industry for marine grade fittings and fixtures said business director Oliver Lanza and the new trading identities reflect the steady growth seen in both sectors of the business.
“We are expanding and laying the foundations to help our customers buy the right products,” he said. “For many years Timage has sold a diverse range of fittings and fixtures both for the marine and architectural industries. Until now, the two sides of the business have been one and the same.
“With the launch of the brand new Timage website, the decision has been made to head the two sectors with two brand new sub brands.”
He added: “We’re bringing more focus and clarity to our customers.”
The company will continue to expand its product ranges in both market sectors throughout 2017 with key product launches for Timage Marine including a new collection of cupboard and drawer latches, LED light fittings for interior and exterior use, additions to the marine fabric range and stainless steel swim ladder ranges.
“We might learn something from the hospitality industry that we haven’t come across before,” added Mr Lanza. “We’ll still have our strong supply base; we’ve been working with some manufacturers for 40 years.
“The evolution marks the next stage in the history of our company.”
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