DORMA Service on show

Total Facilities Expo Melbourne

DORMA Service on show

DORMA Australia recently presented our service business at the Total Facilities Expo in Melbourne. The Total Facilities Expo is a two day trade event held in early March 2014 showcasing the largest collection of products and solutions for professionals who manage and maintain buildings, facilities and infrastructure. It is Australia’s largest exhibition for building and facilities management and feedback from the event organisers confirm there were over 2,500 registered attendees.

Exhibiting at the expo was important for DORMA ensuring our presence and brand continues to be well recognised as market leaders in the field of servicing Automatic Doors, Manual Doors, Operable Walls and Industrial Doors. Nationwide DORMA employ over 150 service technicians and a back office support staff of nearly 60 providing end users with a true national 24 hours a day, 7 days a week service ability.

DORMA utilised a floor space at the exhibition of 6 x 6 meters with the entire back wall of our stand featuring our new brand image for service "Seeking champion service? Make a pit stop at DORMA".  This image along with one of our actual service vans provided a visual draw card to our stand and DORMA service staff and service technicians were on hand to discuss our service offerings with show attendees.

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DORMA is the trusted global partner for premium access solutions & services enabling better buildings. With over 100 years of tradition behind it, the company offers holistic solutions covering all facets of door operability – from hinges, closers and floor springs to automatic door systems and time & access control solutions. DORMA also supplies horizontal sliding wall systems. In fiscal 2012/2013 (June 30), the DORMA Group generated consolidated sales amounting to 1,031.9 million euros. Headquartered in Ennepetal, the internationally active DORMA Group is represented in more than 50 countries and employs some 7,000 people worldwide.

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