After a successful launch at last year’s Painting & Decorating Show, Dunlop, specialist manufacturer of tile adhesives, grouts, finishing and ancillary products, is back this year with an exciting new addition to its Pro Décor range! The Dunlop Flexible Acrylic Filler is a gunnable jointing filler for use in caulking applications such as skirting boards […]
Following the success of the recent trade morning in Leeds, Dunlop Adhesives is spreading its reach with the announcement of 6 new trade mornings. To be held in Southall on the 17th August and Barking on the 18th August, mornings in Reading, Bristol, Cardiff and South Ruislip will also be held in September.
Dunlop Adhesives has announced the appointment of National Account Manager, Steve Ball, and Assistant Brand Manager, Jane Deegan, as the specialist manufacturer of tile adhesives, grouts, finishing and ancillary products invests in personnel to strengthen its already unrivalled customer service offering as demand from merchants is at an all time high.
Janet Till, Brand Manager for Dunlop Adhesives, commented: “We invested in some competitor analysis, testing the competing products on the market – we knew the Dunlop range would withstand the test due to our in-house protocols and quality assurance levels. All products within the range contain a built-in polymer formulation, they deliver a consistent flow rate and have the convenience of a single part application resulting in reduced packaging. We’re obviously really pleased with the results and hope this reinforces the quality of the Dunlop brand in the eyes of merchants and end-users.”
Brand Manager for Dunlop Adhesives, Janet Till, said:
“The success of the E-Learning portal throughout its first year has been fantastic. It goes to show that when times are tough our customers know they need to provide second to none customer service, and the portal allows them to do so through the support and training it provides. As a brand, Dunlop Adhesives is always working to ensure it stands apart from its competitors in terms of quality and accessibility. We’ve launched a new website in the last year, an online Bug Blaster game, and a series of competitions, all of which are ways to make sure we’re constantly communicating with our customers.”
Ian Draycott explained:
“There does not appear to be an easy way of providing a lightweight insulated screed. So I got round it by levelling the concrete and making up depth with insulating foam board. But my idea, that would have been an ideal solution, is to produce a bagged lightweight screed with good insulating properties. It would only need to be strong enough to carry a board finish as this would cater for most installations.”
Debi Bailey, Brand Manager for Dunlop Adhesives commented:
“We’ve been delighted with the level of responses. Our aim was to get an innovative idea that had the potential to go to market. Not only does Ian’s idea fit this remit, but could also quite happily sit beside our current Dunlop Adhesives range. All in all, it was a submission above and beyond our expectations. For that reason we will be continuing Professor Dunlop’s Brainbox throughout 2010.”
Mike Barber, Branch Manager at Selco, Leeds said:
“The trade morning will give Selco customers a chance to ask Dunlop any questions they have about their products so they are fully equipped to use them and see the best possible results for their customers at the best possible prices. I’m sure the morning will be a complete success. This is an example of how we work in partnership with suppliers to benefit our customers.”