Following Its Acquisition By HL Plastics, Zoom Has Been Rebranded As Liniar Zoom With A Fresh New Logo, Making It Part Of The Liniar Family. The Innovative Conservatory Roof Company Has Moved To A 25,000 Sq. Ft. Facility In Derbyshire As It Prepares For Exciting Product Launches In The New Year.
Zoom General Manager, Keith Langley and three other members of staff have moved with Liniar Zoom to ensure a smooth transition and an uninterrupted service for existing customers. Liniar Zoom is honouring existing orders, with full production due to start in early 2014. The conservatory roof will be available as ready-made kits and as bar length to Liniar fabricators, complementing Liniar’s existing suite of innovative windows and doors.“This is an exciting time for Liniar Zoom,” says Roger Hartshorn, Managing Director of HL Plastics. “We have a number of product developments in the pipeline which will make our conservatory roof even more technically advanced and user-friendly. We also want to reassure existing Zoom customers that they will see no break in service.
“Liniar Zoom will re-launch in the New Year and will sit with Liniar’s collection of thermally-efficient windows, bi-fold doors and patio doors. Our roofs will be colour matched with our existing range, making Liniar a seamless one-stop-shop for windows, doors and conservatories.
“We’re committed to developing the Liniar Zoom roof to stretch its technological lead. Zoom is a fantastic roof with many advantages now over other conservatory roofs, and we intend to add even more benefits and build on its success over the past two years. Some people have seen the decline in the market and have written off conservatories. But we believe strongly in the future of conservatories. We’ve acquired the whole of Zoom and are committed to invest in the technology and innovation to supply the industry with conservatories that will sell.”