This week

• Marley Eternit is rebranding its range of rainscreen cladding panels in the UK. Pelicolor will now be known as Textura, Multiclad as Operal and Weatherboard as Cedral. Natura, Natura Plus and Glasal will retain their names.

• Stonelite cladding panels have been awarded Britsh Board of Agrément certification.

• Armstrong World Industries has launched two e-brochures giving full product information on its ranges of mineral, metal and wood tiles, canopies and ceilings. commclgeu/uk/gb/online-brochure.html

• Building Adhesives has contracted Craft Tiling Training to provide training courses for would-be and experienced tilers in the South-east. The options available range from introduction and refresher courses to NVQ level and beyond. All training is monitored and assessed by the firm.

• Telling Architectural has entered into an agreement with Alsecco/Caparol to develop the Airstone range of coloured glass and natural stone rainscreen systems. Airstone is available in sizes up to 3m in length and 1.2m widths with seamless corner units.

• Dynateq, the firm behind the Dynamix range of composite material stone sills and decorative heads, has signed a deal with Euroform Products to distribute these products in Europe.

• Hunter Douglas has agreed to acquire NBK Ceramic, manufacturers of terracotta facades.