Flexiteek Trim Range to Launch at METSTRADE
Following our acquisition of Wilks, one of the world leaders in marine impact protection. We have further expanded our product offering with a new range of impact protection – the Flexiteek Trim range. The range will launch at METS on the 19th November 2019.
The Flexiteek Trim range has been developed in collaboration with Wilks and is manufactured at their premises in Essex, England alongside the market-leading Flexiteek 2G synthetic teak.
The Flexiteek Trim Range
The Flexiteek Trim range has been developed to provide complementary impact protection for clients with Flexiteek 2G synthetic teak decks.
The range is available in the same ten stock colours as Flexiteek 2G synthetic teak, including traditional offerings such as Teak through to contemporary colours, such as Scrubbed, Weathered and Carbon.
Sharing the same characteristics as Flexiteek 2G synthetic teak, the Flexiteek Trim range is designed to both look and feel like real wood with a convincing woodgrain effect and is completely resandable. Not just aesthetically pleasing, the range features the sought-after low maintenance qualities of Flexiteek 2G synthetic teak.
The Flexiteek Trim range includes toe rails, capping rails, edging trims and gunwale protection profiles in a variety of sizes. Each item is available from stock for both retail and trade customers in a factory finish.
Tomas Gustafsson, CEO of Flexiteek International AB, commented on the range: “We have created the Flexiteek Trim range with the knowledge and expertise of Wilks. We strive to provide our customers with the very best and are delighted to be offering high-quality impact protection.
Flexiteek 2G synthetic teak customers now have the option to create a perfectly uniform finish to their craft.”
The Flexiteek Trim range is available to buy directly from Flexiteek and their worldwide network of distributors.
To view the new Flexiteek Trim range at METS, visit Flexiteek on stand 12.001 or Wilks on stand 03.400 from the 19th to the 21st of November 2019.