With a commitment to improving every area of the business, trailblazing trade fabricator Dekko Window Systems has made a significant investment in a brand-new fleet of 11 commercial vehicles.
Dekko, which specialises in premium uPVC, aluminium and timber-effect glazing products, has enhanced their operation with three 18-tonne lorries, five 7.5-tonne trucks and three 3.5-tonne Luton vans. The move is designed to improve their logistical capabilities, allowing them to effectively meet the supply demands of their nationwide network of trade partners.
Kurt Greatrex, Sales Director comments: “We can make all the manufacturing upgrades we want, but without effective investment in our operation, it will all be in vain. We are therefore delighted to introduce our brand-new fleet of branded commercial vehicles. Whether it’s Räum to Runcorn, Residence to Reading or Infinity to Inverness, we want to do everything we can to meet the needs of our customers. As more and more businesses see the value we can offer, both in terms of premium products and unrivalled support, our brand-new fleet will prove incredibly important.
“Our branded vehicles have made a great addition to our operation and have even helped generate a number of enquiries and sales.”
The large vehicle fleet is just one of many high-profile investments made by the firm over the past 18 months. The biggest of these is a new 25,000 square foot factory dedicated to the production of Räum, Dekko’s celebrated range of aluminium windows and doors. The company also recently invested in a brand-new Graf cill welder, introduced the new Infinity Flush Door, became a launch partner of the Kubu smart-equipped door lock, and have launched a dedicated consumer website for their Infinity uPVC Collection.
Dekko Windows Systems was founded in 2008 by Gary Torr and Kurt Greatrex, and is one of the UK’s leading fabricators of high-end uPVC, aluminium and timber-alternative windows and doors. Their range includes the Infinity collection, Räum aluminium and the complete Residence Collection, becoming one of the industry’s largest manufacturers of the timber-effect range.