Roto Frank debuted new products at the 2018 Fensterbau Frontale trade show, held during March 21-24 in Nuremberg, Germany. The 12,000 square foot Roto Frank exhibit drew a steady crowd throughout the entire show, with over 3,000 visitors per day.

One of the innovative new products at the booth was the Roto NX, which showcased its advantages of efficiency, security, comfort, and design. Roto NX hardware allows our customers to meet future needs (increased ease of installation, reduced item and storage requirements, more convenient functionality, and a higher-grade appearance) of European windows and doors with Roto.

“This is an evolution of the most sold tilt and turn system in the world,” said Chris Dimou, Roto’s North-America CEO & President of the Americas.

Antonios Bountzouklis, Roto’s Market Product Manager, North & Central America said, “this year’s Fensterbau show was filled with a lot of activity and the feedback we received from our customers visiting our booth was overwhelmingly positive. We are always excited to showcase all that Roto has to offer, especially our newer products like the Roto NX.”

“Improved ease of assembly and installation by reducing the complexity of the hardware system leads to the highest operating convenience for our customers and assurance that using the Roto NX is always the right decision,” said Bountzouklis.

Also generating excitement among visitors was the Roto Patio Inowa, a hardware solution for sliding patio doors designed to provide high thermal- performance levels. The system offers a continuous gasket around the operable sash and concealed lock points, even in the mullion area where the sashes come together.

Roto has been expanding beyond just hardware products with acquisitions of companies related to sealants, tooling and more. “We are expanding beyond the traditional hardware,” said Dimou. “We are a total solutions provider.”

About Roto North America
Roto North America is comprised of Roto Frank of America, Inc. in Chester, Connecticut and Roto Fasco Canada, Inc. in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. Both locations manufacture window and door hardware, which offers solutions for North American and European applications. RFA and RFC are wholly owned subsidiaries of Roto Frank AG, a global leader in window and door hardware, with 18 production plants and more than 40 subsidiaries worldwide.
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