Hurst Plastics have returned from one of their most successful overseas shows ever. The MosBuild building and interiors exhibition, which is the largest trade event in Russia, was held in Moscow in early April.
Exhibiting at MosBuild, was a strategic move for Hurst, to maximise awareness for their range of door panels and composite doors in the Russian Federation. Russia is a growing market for Hurst’s expanding product range, driven by a surge in property regeneration and improvements in the economy.
Hurst delivers decorative door panels to over 20 countries around the globe, including destinations as far flung as Australia, the Middle East, and the Bahamas.
The company has a dedicated export team, headed up by Rebecca Atkinson. Rebecca, who recently joined Hurst as Export Manager, has nearly 20 years’ experience in international sales and marketing management. A fluent French and German speaker, she is now learning Russian to help her further develop opportunities in the country.
Rebecca comments: “I’m delighted to have joined the team at such an exciting time. We have identified a number of emerging markets like Russia, which are relatively untapped yet have enormous potential for the business. The Mosbuild show was an excellent launch pad for us into Russia and we had many visitors to our stand who were very interested in the design and quality of our products.”
Hurst Plastics is one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of high quality PVC-U door infill panels and polymer doors. Based in Kingston-Upon-Hull, the company also supplies a wide choice of unique glazing options and a selection of GRP products, including overdoor canopies, bow canopies and conservatory roofs.