UK Partitioning Company Shows Continued Growth in Middle East and Announces Strategic Alliance with Canadian Manufacturer

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Apton Partitioning, a UK office partitioning manufacturer has formed a strategic alliance with Moderco, a Canadian operable wall manufacturer. Apton will promote, sell and distribute Moderco’s operable, folding and sliding wall products in the UK and the Middle East.

Operable Wall Crystal Range - Apton Moderco

Moderco Crystal Range part of Aptons portfolio

Apton’s Chairman Mr. Emad Turkman MBE stated that ‘Apton has provided over 85% of all office partitioning in towers in Qatar and it is hoped this new partnership will allow Apton to expand its Middle East operations further.

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Apton Partitioning, a UK office partition manufacturer has formed a strategic alliance with Moderco, a Canadian operable wall manufacturer. Apton will promote, sell and distribute Moderco’s operable, folding and sliding wall products in the UK and the Middle East. The agreement, announced earlier this month, will allow Apton to sell and distribute Moderco’s flagship products, the Signature Series and Crystal Glazed Panels within the UK and the Middle East.

As part of Apton’s growing export business strategy, the partnership will allow Apton to service the increasing demand for Operable Wall within the Middle East. “We’re delighted to become an official partner of Moderco,” said Ian Strangward, Managing Director, Apton Partitioning Limited. “The Moderco partnership will provide Apton with
sliding and folding walls that can meet the ever changing demands of the Middle East audience.”

Apton is one of the UK’s fastest growing office partition suppliers. In 2010, Apton entered into a partnership agreement with Sheikh Hamad Ali Bin Abdullah Al Thani, a leading member of the Qatari ruling family. This arrangement has led to significant growth in the Middle East for a British company.

Apton’s Chairman Mr. Emad Turkman MBE stated that ‘Apton has provided over 85% of all office partitioning in towers in Qatar and it is hoped this new partnership will allow Apton to expand its Middle East operations further.’

With reports that construction is one of the leading causes of the double dip recession, Apton has proved to other construction companies that it will break the mould and expand through export rapidly.

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