British composite deck manufacturer Tek-Dek has moved to new larger premises in Four Marks, Hampshire, after increases in sales saw the firm outgrow its previous premises.
The new building incorporates a warehouse where Tek-Dek stocks can be stored in racks, and two large 'panel building' floors with enough space to construct pre-manufactured decks for boats of up to 30m (98ft) in length.
A dedicated cutting and machining area, a showroom and larger offices also feature at the new sites.
Tek-Dek supplies two kinds of decking — Tek-Dek Flexible and Tek-Dek Interior — as well as adhesives that can be used to secure the firm's decking products.
Pictured: One of the Tek-Dek team working on a custom panel for a Searay in the panel cutting section of the new premises.
(16 May 2008)
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