Zest 4 Leisure has celebrated another successful year at SOLEX. The company, which showcased its range of award-winning quality decorative timber garden products, furniture and BBQ shelters for 2020, reported increased interest and enquiries on the new look stand.
Products particularly well received by visitors to the stand included the Noah’s Arbour, Ashton BBQ shelter and the Lily Relax Double seat.
Steve Morgan, Zest 4 Leisure’s Managing Director said: “SOLEX keeps getting better and this year was no exception! We had a fantastic time talking to a variety of garden trade customers and the feedback on our innovative garden furniture products was very positive. We now have a busy few weeks ahead following up on all the enquiries made at the stand but it will all be worth it!”
As part of the company’s collaboration with Cardiff Metropolitan University on a Knowledge Transfer Partnership, the Zest team was joined on the stand by lecturer Gareth Barham and Luke Roberts, KTP (Knowledge Transfer Partnership) Product Designer. Both Luke and Gareth had the opportunity to talk to customers and see how the company exhibits its range of award-winning furniture. Luke is part of Zest’s new KTP product developments project team which has been focusing on product innovation and customer satisfaction.
The company, whose Noah’s Arbour was a finalist in Outdoor Leisure category at the recent 2019 GIMA Awards, is now gearing up for the next big trade show in September.
Manufactured from pressure treated timber, all of Zest 4 Leisure’s garden furniture is low maintenance, and will stand the test of time with a 10-year guarantee against rot. The timber used is certified by the Forest Stewardship Council and has been harvested from responsibly managed forests.