Aluminium systems house, Kaye Building Systems (KBS), has rebranded to become Exlabesa.
Derek Hodgson, the company’s general manager, explained the decision to rebrand: “We’ve always extruded Exlabesa profiles because we recognise their market leading credentials. By rebranding ourselves as Exlabesa we can build on what’s great about what we already do and take it to the next level using the power of the Exlabesa brand.”
By rebranding as Exlabesa, the company says it will be able to benefit from the brand reach that an international company has to offer. Exlabesa is reportedly the largest privately owned aluminium extrusion company in Europe. It was incorporated in 1966 and now operates in 40 countries on three continents.
But despite the name change, very little else will change at Exlabesa. Derek said: “The company has grown year on year since it was founded in 2011 and we’ve developed a strong reputation for being the best at what we do and offering an exceptional package of benefits that add value to every fabricator. We will still offer a comprehensive product range and customers will still benefit from our in-house anodising plant and in-house powder coating plant as well as incredible technical support.”
Exlabesa extrudes aluminium profiles and facades for domestic and commercial applications. The product range includes the KWS51 and KWS75 casement windows, rebated thermal doors, tilt turn windows, bi-folding doors, patio doors, thermal and non-thermal shop fronts and curtain walling.