May 16, 2018
Dur-A-Flex, Inc., a leading manufacturer of commercial, industrial and institutional resinous floor and wall systems, is once again expanding its operations, this time in the Southeast.
President and Chief Operating Officer Peter V. Ferris recently signed a lease for a 15,000 square-foot facility at 4025 Welcome All Rd, Suite 130, Atlanta, GA. This facility marks a fourth Dur-A-Flex location for the manufacturer, whose focus is providing world-class customer service to their customer base.
“Atlanta is a major, growing area and our decision to open a fourth Dur-A-Flex facility is in line with our continued commitment to providing the best possible customer service to our customers,” says Ferris. “Our presence in the Atlanta area will enable our customers in the South to receive the same superior sales and technical service assistance as our East Coast, West Coast and Midwest customers receive,” he concludes.
The new facility offers ample space for Dur-A-Flex’s vast product inventory of floor and wall systems, a Design Center showcasing thousands of product samples and a dedicated staff including Sales Territory Managers, Technical Service, Shipping & Receiving and Customer Service. Additionally, Dur-A-Flex’s customers will have a fourth venue to choose from when attending Dur-A-Flex’s Applicator Training Program, a training course designed to elevate quality-focused project assessment and product installation.
Patrick J. Meade, Vice President, Sales and Technical Support adds, “Our Sales and Operations teams are excited to have the Dur-A-Flex flag planted firmly in the ground in the south! The relationships forged over the years in the Atlanta market will be greatly enhanced by our quick reach to all corners of the southern region. Dur-A-Flex already strives to exceed customer expectations with product quality and technical expertise….the added ease of product accessibility will bring our customer service levels to those same high watermarks. We look forward to this improved coverage and amazing growth.” Meade concludes.