Sektor invests in London showrooms

Published:  22 January, 2016

Sektor, interior solutions brand exclusive to CCF, has invested in two new showrooms to help London-based contractors, specifiers, and architects envisage the application of each Sektor solution.

The new Sektor showroom based at CCF’s East London branch means contractors can visualise the installation of each product and calculate its performance, with Sektor specialists on-hand to provide information and advice on bespoke design solutions. Customers can also benefit from the product ranges that are on offer from the traditional trade counter.

Sektor has also partnered with KI Europe to install a wide range of interior solutions at the furniture manufacturer’s new head-office. The working office is now open to customers interested in seeing Sektor 25 and 85 frameless partitioning systems, plus a variety of glazing and door options, in practice.

Steve Crompton, sales director at Sektor, said: “This investment is part of our on-going effort to offer convenient resources for customers that want to see products first hand when designing and specifying interior fit-out projects.”

The Sektor showroom can be found at CCF East London based at Unit 1, Electra Business Park, 106 Bidder Street North, E16 4ES. To make an appointment to view Sektor solutions at One Fetter Place, based at 8-10 New Fetter Ln, London EC4A 1AZ, contact 020 7540 5050

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