BituChem at Two New Exhibitions This November
NatraTex | 26th October 2016
SALTEX, Stand G222, 2-3 November 2016, NEC Birmingham
FutureScape, Stand 128, 15 November 2016, Sandown Park Racecourse
This November, hard-landscaping specialists The Bituchem Group will be joining two exhibitions for the first time, to enhance the awareness of its flagship Natratex brand.
The company will start the month at SALTEX, running from 2-3 November at the NEC Birmingham, followed by FutureScape at Sandown Park Racecourse on 15 November. Bituchem’s team of hard landscape experts will be on hand at both shows to discuss the many options that come with specifying Natratex and Natratex Prime (formerly Colourtex).
Mark Stott, Marketing Manager at Bituchem commented, “We have had a very successful period with our Natratex materials and we wanted to share this further across the landscaping market. SALTEX and FutureScape are two great events where we are sure Natratex and its many benefits will be well received.”
SALTEX is a national event dedicated to grounds care, sports, amenities, estates and green space management and brings together companies that work towards improving the market. Natratex and Natratex Prime in particular have proved a popular choice for landscaping solutions within these markets due to its ability to create classic and MUGA surfaces from its range of finishes and colours. The materials have been used on playgrounds, sports pitches and community parks, with Natratex in buff being a popular choice for aesthetic pathways and roads for all kinds of applications.
Bituchem is also exhibiting at FutureScape, which invites visitors to meet exhibitors from the landscaping industry. Bituchem will be amongst companies that specialise in turf and surface management, buildings and structures, exterior lighting and many other different speciality sectors. Bituchem will be exhibiting the Natratex brand, as its versatility can provide a solution for applications in all market sectors.
Natratex is Bituchem’s best-selling material and gives landscape architects and specifiers great flexibility when creating new surfaces and landscapes. Available in a range of colours and finishes, Natratex and Natratex Prime offer an attractive, striking alternative to traditional black asphalt, whilst offering the same durable, long-lasting qualities and easy application. The material is created using naturally-occuring, decorative aggregates combined with a specialist clear synthetic binder to create a fully compacted finish that is hard-wearing and resistant to cracks and potholes.