Roll-up Shutter Door: A timely innovation

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Sunday, February 16, 2014


HERE'S great news for shop owners who want a sleek, rust-free, and operator-friendly roll-up doors for their establishments.

Secura Polycarbonate Roll-up Shutter Door is the answer. It’s the latest innovative offering of Kima Glass Supply Co. Inc., celebrating its 40th year in business this year. Made of polycarbonate plastic, Secura offers the same security and protection as traditional roll-up doors. But unlike its galvanized iron counterpart, Secura Roll-up Shutter door is rust-free and lightweight thus it’s easy to operate, an advantage to the person opening and closing shop. Best of all, it allows a clear view of your store’s display and interiors because it’s made of heavy duty transparent polycarbonate materials.

This is very ideal for shops in the malls or any commercial arcade. Late-night mall-goers after an evening meal, coffee and movie can see still see your display or merchandise. It can even replace the traditional glass doors and façade; you just roll down Secura to close shop, roll it up to open. So during operating hours, customers can glide in and out of your shops freely.

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“A shop without doors is very welcoming. Hopefully it can draw in the customers in droves!” enthused Michelle Chua Sang, marketing head of Kima Glass Supply. “As Cebu enjoys a construction boom in shopping malls, arcades, and commercial complexes, Secura Polycarbonate Roll-up Shutter Door is a timely innovation. It’s perfect for storefronts, department stores, supermarkets, boutiques and jewelry shops, bars and restaurants, airport shops, and just about any establishment that requires an enclosure. Secura undoubtedly combines functionality and aesthetics at a very affordable price.”

For further inquiries, one may visit any of the six Kima branches or visit their website www.kimaglass.com.

Published in the Sun.Star Cebu newspaper on February 17, 2014.

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