Published: 17th July 2020
Epwin Window Systems’ new Colour Collection has been designed to help its customers lead the way in colour by offering the latest trends in colour today and the favourites of the future. Gerald Allen, Marketing Manager at Epwin Window Systems, said: “By reflecting the latest colour trends and direction, we can give our customers a clear point of difference.”
The new Colour Collection includes an expanded number of popular heritage shades, including Sage, Claystone, Pebble Grey, Anthracite Grey Smooth and Cream on White. Gerald commented: “The new additions to the range reflect the latest market research and feedback from our customers. The trend is for understated, natural shades that recall times gone by – it’s something that’s echoed in the popularity of Farrow & Ball colours, for example. Our new colours tap into this trend and take it one step further.”
As well as introducing new shades, the new Colour Collection makes more colours available from stock. There are also 30 Made to Order colours that includes more of the popular contemporary greys and blacks along with new metallics to capitalise on the growing demand for aluminium alternatives.
The new Colour Collection is the latest move in Epwin Window Systems’ investment in colour. The systems company invested in several new twin lines last year and is also using the world’s first Luna R automatic profile wrapping machine to ensure that colour quality is unsurpassed.
Gerald concluded: “Our prediction is that the Covid-19 pandemic will mean order values will continue to increase. Colour will be a vital part of that shift and our new Colour Collection perfectly places our customers to benefit from any growth.”
Spectus is a trading name of Specialist Building Products Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Epwin Group Plc. Specialist Building Products Limited is registered in England & Wales, Company Registration number: 1268689, Registered Office: 1B Stratford Court, Cranmore Boulevard, Solihull, B90 4QT, VAT Registration No. 864 4507 10