LDS posts 37% turnover increase thanks to strong G-Deck sales

LDS, the company behind the G-Deck range of safety decking systems, has announced record sales and a 37% growth in turnover over the past financial year, thanks largely to the popularity of its systems amongst housebuilders, construction companies and scaffolding firms.

The company’s robust, metal-fabricated G-Deck systems offer fast and simple installation and a safety-first approach, with an unbroken 100% zero collapse record.

The range includes G-Deck, a versatile three-in-one system, G-Deck Dual, a metal deck and brackets used in combination with scaffolding tubes, and G-Deck Lite, a metal deck with steel supports within a plastic casing.

Gurdip Siingha Bains, CEO of LDS and the designer behind all G-Deck safety systems, commented:

“From the outset, our mission has been to provide safer, stronger construction decking products that offer value for money and ease of installation. The results we’ve achieved over the past year demonstrate that we have succeeded in those goals and have become the go-to choice for a wide range of companies who know they’re in safe hands with G-Deck.

HSE figures indicate that construction remains the UK’s most dangerous industry. Our passion is making sites safer with robust products, that are correctly deployed thanks to their ease of installation and the training we provide. Every member of our team shares that goal and we’re delighted that our growth proves the construction sector is investing in a safety first approach too.”

LDS plan to expand the G-Deck range further following the recent launches of G-Deck Lift Shaft Gate and G-Deck Safety Hatch.

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