FIT Show 2023 Nearly Full

A top down view of an exhibition

Less than a month after the FIT Show organisers revealed 70% of exhibiting space had already been allocated for the 2023 event, they have now exclusively told and The the figure has risen to 80%. 


The 23-25 May 2023 event will be even larger than the 2022 outing and is well on its way to being a sellout. FIT Show, at Birmingham NEC, will occupy three halls with over 9,000sq.m of stand space and comprise up to 280 brands.


Dedicated decade

2023 marks a full decade since the UK’s only dedicated trade show for the window, door, glass, hardware and components industry launched at the Telford Exhibition Centre.

After 2023, the show will follow a biennial frequency, placing the show in Fensterbau Frontale’s ‘off year’. The May 2023 edition will be followed by FIT Show 2025 and return every other year thereafter.


Who’s who

The floorplan for FIT Show’s seventh instalment has seen significant support from across the fenestration industry and includes a number of heritage and new brands who have joined the line-up in recent weeks.

The FIT Show 2023 roster includes stalwarts and returning brands such as Cortizo, Brisant Secure, Morley Glass & Glazing, Made For Trade, Haffner, ODL Europe and Glazpart. Debut brands include Brett Martin, Metsa Wood, Security Doors Factory, AlloTools, Technal UK, Caribbean Blinds, Atech Makine, Kozza Raling and Schtec Makine.


Everyone’s going

As well as increasing in size, the FIT Show has evolved to attract exhibitors and visitors from across Europe with a growing contingent of brands from Turkey, China, Spain and Italy. The show also incorporates a much broader scope of product and materials, with a a strong representation of aluminium and timber solutions.

There will also be a broadened range of products - such as ‘outdoor living’ including decking; roofing for extensions; and business management software.

Picture: Over 80% of exhibiting space a a larger FIT Show 2023 has been allocated.

Article written by Cathryn Ellis
20th October 2022


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