Deeside’s Dura Products expands into Europe with new supply deal

by Francesca

British construction manufacturer Dura Products has announced a new partnership with Gridiron Spa, a global player in the manufacture and supply of surface drainage products, which will distribute its eco-friendly products to Italy, Switzerland and Slovenia.

The Italian based construction company Gridiron will expand the selection of drainage systems it offers to its clients, supporting the company’s expansion and increasing the use of sustainable kerbing and drainage solutions in Europe.

Dura Products, based in Deeside, North Wales, has been manufacturing environmentally friendly road kerbs and drainage systems from recycled plastic since 2003, diverting waste from landfill and reducing carbon emissions. Its Duradrain product is a combined kerb and drainage (CKD) system that provides efficient drainage from any surface through the fast and continual collection of run-off.

Gridiron will be stocking Dura-Products as part of its product portfolio, noting its unique design and environmental benefits.

Dura Products are also designed and manufactured in accordance with the relevant Harmonised European standards and so can be installed in all countries of the EU without restriction.

Filippo Secolo, Export Manager at Gridiron Spa, commented: “Gridiron is committed to offering high quality, innovative solutions for drainage systems (CKD) in Italy, Switzerland and the Balkans Region, so we are delighted to be named the first distributor of Duradrain units in these countries. Dura Products have a reputation for being carefully designed, providing an efficient and sustainable way to drain hard surfaces, so I have no doubt that they will be a hit with our customers.” Steve Bennett, Managing Director at Dura Products, commented: “We are delighted to collaborate with a leading company such as Gridiron Spa, and are looking forward to a long and successful partnership. We are certain that it will grow Duradrain’s prominence in Europe and improve the sustainability of the continent’s construction projects.”

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