Trimo, one of Europe’s leading composite panel manufacturers, will be exhibiting its façade systems at London Build on 25 th and 26 th October.
Showcasing its world-class solutions at Stand JD9 at London Olympia, the team will be demonstrating the functional and aesthetic properties of its market leading composite panel systems, Qbiss One and Trimoterm. Praised for their non-combustible cores and stylish aesthetics, Trimo’s sustainable solutions have been used previously by architects including Mecanoo and Grimshaw.London Build is the largest construction expo in the UK, dedicated entirely to opportunities in London and the South East. Now in its third year, the event is attended by thousands of industry professionals including contractors, develops, architects, manufacturers and more. Viviane Williams, UK & Overseas Marketing Manager of Trimo comments, “I am delighted for Trimo to be exhibiting at London Build among such inspirational built environment professionals. Exhibiting at recognised industry events like London Build demonstrates our commitment to offering solutions to challenges in the market today. We’re looking forward to networking with built environment professionals and presenting Qbiss One and Trimoterm to the London Build audience.”

About Trimo
Since its formation in 1961, Trimo has established itself as one of Europe’s leading companies developing original and complete building envelope solutions (facades and roofs), steel constructions and modular space solutions.
Expert knowledge, sustainability, reliability and a focus on the future are all basic components that have taken Trimo around the world. Today, Trimo sells its products and services under its own brand across more than 60 countries worldwide. Trimo has established a sales network in almost 30 countries and has production facilities in Slovenia and Serbia.

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