Dietzel-Univolt Reveals Growth And Expansion Plans

Dietzel-Univolt Reveals Growth And Expansion Plans

Dietzel-Univolt has announced plans to expand its UK business moving into the new year, substantially increasing the UK operation in terms of output, turnover and resources.

The firm has enjoyed a strong year consolidating its position as one of the leading suppliers of cable containment solutions within the UK.

Univolt UK has seen considerable growth in all of its core product areas, including wire basket and trunking, and most notably under a Low Smoke Fume Zero Halogen specification. 2019 also saw the firm strengthen its sales team creating wider geographical spread and closer working relationships forged with contractors and specifiers, in partnership with the wholesaler.

David Mattin, Managing Director of Univolt UK explains: “This has been a great year for us. there is a lot of opportunity, we believe, in our sector for a manufacturer who is able to deliver a total range of cable containment solutions. We’re also seeing growing interest in Low Smoke Fume Zero Halogen, a specification which delivers the ultimate protection in the event of fire. 

“Next year is incredibly exciting for us. Not only are we set to build on the solid foundation of 2019, but we are set to launch a brand-new product range that we believe will help take the firm to the next level.

“As we grow, we will continue to retain our founding principles, supplying quality products and offering fantastic customer service, but on a much broader level. We are committed to operating under rigid sustainable principles and will maintain those positive working practices both within the UK and across Europe.

“Now is undoubtedly an exciting time for Univolt UK and we are looking ahead to a very busy and interesting 2020.”

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