A round-up of news from manufacturers involved in education

  • Lock and door-opening company ASSA ABOY has updated its website to allow customers to leave feedback via Twitter or Facebook, and have it posted on the company site. The firm, whose products can be used for education projects, says visitors can visit Join the Conversation.
  • Alumasc has launched its new waterproofing website. The site has more product and technical information, clearer graphics, galleries of products and a redesigned webpage for easier navigation around the site. The website includes an overview of the ranges, plus quick links to supporting documentation.
  • The Tile Association has published its latest technical document, Tiling with Resin Agglomerated Tiles, providing advice for anybody involved in the use of resin agglomerated tiles. The document gives advice on the physical characteristics of resin agglomerated tiles, the substrate, fixing, cleaning along with the maintenance of resin agglomerated tiles on internal walls and floors. The document has been sent to all TTA members, with additional copies and non-member copies available in hard copy: £30 for members, £125 for non-members, and as a PDF: £50 for members, £125 for non-members.
  • A web portal has been launched by supply chain and procurement company Integrated Services for its customers. The Integrated Services Customer Portal allows customers to log on to a dedicated website to access their own data and product information. The interactive dashboard includes key management information and key performance measures such as spend trackers and stock availability.