Rhino Engineering Group Announces New Commercial Partnership with Jewers Doors
Rhino Engineering Group and Jewers Doors Ltd are pleased to announce the launch of a new partnership which will see Rhino proactively selling Jewers’ Phoenix range of insulated sliding and sliding/folding doors.
Jewers’ door systems operate similarly to Rhino’s own range of high-security vehicle access doors and will be offered to customers requiring a more cost-effective solution than Rhino’s CPNI doors, which are typically designed for use within sites which require high-security solutions.
The Phoenix range will sit as complementary to Rhino’s existing range of products and provide its customers with the ability to source a wider choice of doors, with different ratings and capabilities, from a single source.
This new partnership will see Rhino selling three doors from the Phoenix range – Osprey, Swift and Kingfisher – and branding these as Rhino-SFI, Rhino-FI and Rhino-SI, respectively. Rhino-SFI will be the sliding/folding variant, while Rhino-FI and Rhino-SI will be bi-folding and sliding only, respectively.
As part of this new agreement, Rhino Site Systems Limited, the in-house door installation and maintenance wing of Rhino Engineering Group, will also become an approved installer for the Phoenix door range.
“We're delighted to be embarking on this new collaboration with Jewers Doors, diversifying our product range to enhance the support we provide to our customers.
“Jewers has a brilliant national and international reputation, and we’re looking forward to working closely with them to develop a partnership that delivers real value to both companies”
“An alliance with Rhino Engineering Group opens up several market sectors where Jewers haven’t traditionally been strong with our Phoenix products, and we relish the opportunity to work with a company we have respected for several decades.”
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