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ironmongery (Brit.)

A term for hardware, particularly that used for doors and windows.
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One looked after the ironmongery side of the business, the other dealt in plastics.
| Dave Willis has helped out for around 20 years at Gregory Pank Hardware and Ironmongery in Digbeth
Monaghan, which supplies doorsets and architectural ironmongery to the construction industry, has moved into the premises at Milner Way following he redevelopment.
Wayne Lysaght-Mason, managing director of Ironmongery Direct said: "Our research proves just how passionate we are about the great British breakfast staple and that constructing it is a fine art."
The combined business will trade from a network of 53 branches and it will become the market leader in the Netherlands tools, fixings and ironmongery market where it will have strong positions in the country's five largest cities.
It became a thriving hardware and ironmongery store and two more smaller shops were opened in Tynemouth and Cullercoats.
A lick of paint, new ironmongery and some greenery or flowers and your home has externally been given a makeover.
For instance, if a sub-contractor were to state that "the supply and fixing of a door is included", but that "the supply and fixing of ironmongery is excluded", a reasonable contractor would foresee that the door cannot be fixed without hinges (in this case, part of the excluded ironmongery).
Vicky Tomline, Head of Sales and Marketing at Ironmongery Online said this week “The figures are another real boost for the UK economy and suggest that whilst staycations may have increased as the result of economic downturn, the experience has been so positive that many want to keep holidaying in the UK.
Initially the designer is provided with the structural opening size where the door will be fitted, the ironmongery required (panic escape or personnel), and the type of door (fire rated, security, acoustic).
Al Moayyed International, an upcoming diversified business group in Oman, and their Finnish partner Abloy, world leader in ironmongery solutions, have pledged to support the overall infrastructural development of Oman.
"Within two years of commencement of operations, AlMoayyed has been part of several key projects in Oman and with world-class partners such as Abloy, we intend to become the 'Most Preferred Ironmongery Solutions Provider' in Oman as well as in the GCC," Rajendran added .-TradeArabia News Service