Name: Lani Wilkinson Role: Logistics Supervisor for Superior Spas Date joined: April 2019 Stand Out: Lani won ‘employee of the month’ in August 2020 as voted for by her colleagues for her hard work and being so helpful despite being so busy. What is your role? I am the main contact for our partner network […]
Following Rob Carlin’s interesting piece, in the last issue of Hot Tub & Swim Spa Scene, I wanted to add my own take on things, writes Richard Hart of the Aqua Warehouse Group. The article centred round the rise of the Chinese spa manufacturers versus American producers. Now Rob was very polite and careful with […]
I am involved with the distribution of Chinese, US, Canadian, Mexican and European manufactured spas, writes Rob Carlin of Superior Spas. People may feel I am biased, as I have heavily invested in Chinese production, which equates to a large portion of my business. However, my views are my honest views and my personal opinion […]
Approaching the completion of its second decade in the spa and hot tub sector, Elite Spas has sprung a huge surprise on the industry with the launch of a Chinese-sourced range of spa to run alongside its existing American stock offering. The Far East Swim Spa range, promises high quality specifications at a retail price […]
Partners in a failed home hot tub firm that went down with debts of £2.7 million took more than a million pounds out of the business for themselves, fraud trial jurors heard.
An expert accountant called by the prosecution to assess Staffordshire-based Spaserve’s three and a half years of trading concluded that the partners were having money the business could not afford.
Two of the partners, principal shareholder Simon Foster and Stuart Cox are on trial accused of fraudulent trading and conspiracy to defraud. With them in the dock is general manager Johnathon Husselbee. They all deny the charges.
They promoted it as the event you cannot afford to miss. Lyon Piscine and Aqualie 2012, two benchmark exhibitions for swimming pool and spa professionals certainly lived up to that billing. Simply put, the Lyon exhibition event is the biggest and most important global show for the combined pool and spa sectors. It brings together 600 exhibitors, 1,000 brands from 90 countries and in the region of 18,000 visitors to Lyon. Traditionally, the first opportunity to see new developments in Europe, the combined Piscine and Aqualie 2012 events are also an exceptional opportunity to explore the latest key trends in the pool and spa markets.