Case Study

Getting more Hueck's in the UK market

BM Aluminium created a Hueck Systems database for their customers to use with LogiKal.

Hueck UK Limited has made a real statement of intent about its ambitions in the UK market by choosing to partner with BM Aluminium to release its system dataset in the market leading LogiKal software system.

"Wayne Irvine, Sales Manager at Hueck UK Limited, said: “We are making significant investments in the UK with the aim of establishing ourselves as a major force within the aluminium systems market.

“We want to become the first choice system for fabricators operating towards the higher quality end of the market so it was vital for us to choose the high performing software system which that target customer group is already using.

“LogiKal is the acknowledged market leader in the aluminium systems market with a proven track record of partnering with the biggest and best systems companies and fabricators, so by releasing our Hueck UK dataset in LogiKal, we are directly positioning ourselves alongside those leading companies.”

Hueck has had a presence in the UK since the early 1990s, providing bespoke project solutions for the UK aluminium fabrication market. Now, however, it has established a dedicated UK operation based in Birmingham and is promoting its range of high quality standard systems alongside these specialised solutions.

LogiKal, which is distributed and supported in the UK exclusively by Business Micros (Aluminium), is the most widely used aluminium software application in the UK with over 20 profile databases already available including Aluprof, Blyweert Beaufort, Bowater Architectural, Gutmann, Hueck, Ikon, Jack Aluminium, Kaye Aluminium, Metal Technology, Reynaers, SAPA, Schüco, Seniors, Smarts, Technal and Universal.

Based in Tewkesbury, the company has its own in-house programming team to provide database programming support to customers like Hueck UK Limited and to provide training and technical support to fabricators using the system.

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