Trox enjoys growing export success for MSCBs

Published:  05 February, 2009

Trox UK reports a doubling of exports for multi-service chilled beams for each of the last three years.

Trox’s success with multi-service chilled beams in the UK is spreading overseas, as evidenced by orders for 15 export projects with values from £30 000 to over £2.5 million.

Mark Dawes, export manager with Trox UK, tells us that initially these MCBS were being specified by UK architects and consultants working on overseas projects, but that the benefits of these systems are being accepted by the local teams.

Export sales of MSCBs have virtually doubled every year for the last three years. The belief of Trox is that many American and European architects and consultants are becoming more aware of advantages that MSCBs can bring to their buildings.


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