Timeless up for sale
Founder Malcolm Cole originated the first oval tube section in 1987 having designed a process to create the perfect ellipse from round tube and then further developed a complete installation system including cast corners and end caps.
In the following subsequent years to the present time Cole has developed a range of tubes in various profiles which are available in the following range of sizes-
- Oval from 23.5mm u to 121 mm
-Flat Sided from 23.5 up to 62mm
-Twisted ( new 2011) from 17mm up to 88mm
-Square from 17mm up to 8mm
-Handrail section from 34mm up to 135mmAll can be drawn in stainless 316/304 brass, copper and bronze in 5.8 metre lengths
The Timeless tube portfolio includes such landmarks as the London Millennium Dome and Bridge, London Eye the Aston Martin Design Centre and the Tel Aviv Opera House. Super yacht clients for Coles iconic stainless steel Timeless furniture and handrail sections include the late legendary Jon Bannenberg who said" For many years I have been privileged to design some of the worlds finest yachts. Every component depends on a quality construction and finish both in engineering and manufacture. Malcolm Coles products have always been an essential part of my designs. His elegant and clear solutions make a unique contribution to the finished product" Specified by leading Super yacht builders such as Fincantineri ( project Serene 134M 2011) Luerseen, Abeking and Rasmussen Trinity Yachts and Feadship.
The company has now been placed on the market for sale due to the retirement of its founder and offers a substantial business oppitunity to such companies involved with the manufacture and or sales of tube to the industrial commercial leisure and marine industries.
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