CD has created and supplied a number of stainless steel gullies, drainage channels and gratings over the years; its products have been specified for both the commercial and industrial industries.
Its new marketing department is based in the South East, allowing it to reach areas of business that it is lesser known for.
One of these areas is surface protection.
Although CD has provided surface protection with its stainless steel corner guards and skirting products in the past, the area has never been a primary focus for the company.
With its new base and specialist members of staff, CD hopes to expand on its services.
It aims to make enhancement to its existing ranges as well as adding new products to its stainless steel portfolio.
Several new marketing activites are being planned along with a new website, which is under development and scheduled to go live this summer.
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