In This Issue
All set for a fantastic exhibition
Six new collections from A.MIR & Co
Norfolk Leisure secures additional space at Solex
Outstanding collection from Tramontina
Alexander Rose's special offer to mark 25th birthday
Instant sound for your garden
Quality is key for Glencrest Seatex
LIFE collections full of innovation and quality
La Hacienda extends popular outdoor cooking collection
Great collection from LeisureGrow to be unveiled at Solex
Zest build up to Solex with stylish new products
Hartman celebrating 50 years in style
Unique contemporary aluminium designs and traditional weave sets
LOFAssured initiative gains strength across garden furniture industry
Master Series from Campingaz in the spotlight
Great selection of new arrivals from Kadai Firebowls
Award-winning ranges from US-brand Char-Broil
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All set for a fantastic exhibition


The organisers of Solex have promised that the 2018 edition of the popular summer outdoor living trade show will be their biggest and best to date.

Organised each July by the Leisure & Outdoor Furniture Association (LOFA) for its members, it is an annual three-day event attracting national and international retail and contract purchasing directors and managers.

This unique event brings together the leading manufacturers of furniture, barbecues, gazebos, parasols, outdoor lighting and play equipment, creating a showcase for new developments in design, environmental manufacturing, sustainability and production for the retail and contract markets.

Solex has steadily grown in size and stature since the inaugural event at Telford in 2008, re-locating to Hall 5 at the NEC in 2013 to meet the escalating demand for show space.

The 10th anniversary show in 2017 built on the first nine successful shows with more exhibition space, new developments and more exhibitors, while retaining the relaxed, friendly and business-like atmosphere that visitors have come to value.

For 2018, the organisers are aiming to attract more visitors, more media enquiries and professional specifiers of garden products, including landscape architects, designers and contractors.

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