Deeplas wins Global deal

Published:  04 October, 2010

NORTH SHIELDS: Global Plastics has become the latest company to partner with Deeplas. The company took the decision to change supplier because it was looking for a company that could support its next phase of growth.

This required access to a wide range of premium-quality PVC-U fascias, soffit boards, cladding, architraves, angles and trims – all backed up by excellent service and an effective marketing support package.

Quality from the new supplier was a priority for Global Plastics because it deals with a large number of professional installers, window fabricators and builders who understand the commercial advantages of high standards in terms of product and service.

The ability of Deeplas to demonstrate this created a compelling proposition for Global Plastics. Combined with the marketing support from Deeplas and its PERC (Purveyors of Excellence in Roofline and Cladding) Installer Scheme, in the end, the decision to change supplier was relatively easy.

“We have had an overwhelming positive response from customers since we began offering Deeplas products,” said Mark Ballantyne, co-director of Global Plastics. “We are a growing business and Deeplas was able to clearly demonstrate how it will be able to help us drive our business forward over the next few years.”

Deeplas will focus on generating business for Global Plastics through its ‘find an installer’ facility, listed on the Deeplas website. This is a network of PERC accredited installer scheme members that ensures its PVC-U roofline and cladding products are fitted by trained professionals to consistently high standards. Ultimately, that means clients receive the best-quality roofline products – fitted by the best-qualified roofline installers.

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