Nick Jones, managing director of S&D Sealants.

Chepstow business seals deal with national construction giant

Published:  04 September, 2013

S&D Sealants has agreed a new partnership with national construction company Wates.

Wates construction sites will benefit from the high quality of S&D’s products and services, and S&D will be able to expand its already national coverage.

The partnership will mean exciting new projects for S&D in locations across the UK, from Newport and Naas to London and Leeds.

S&D has previously worked alongside Wates on construction projects such as Kirklees Living Space and numerous other housing developments in the Yorkshire area.

Paula Smith, office sales manager at S&D Sealants, said: “We’re very pleased to announce this partnership, as it will allow us to secure countless new projects and build on our recent nationwide successes.

“Our relationship with Wates is already well established, as previous developments which we worked on together have been very positive and demonstrated the high standards and skills of our applicators, site teams and programming department.”

Barry Fitzpatrick, supply chain manager at Wates, added: “I’m certain this will be a highly successful partnership, with measurable benefits to both sides.

“S&D is a key supplier for Wates, consistently meeting and exceeding our key performance indicators in quality and health & safety, all backed by excellent customer service.”

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