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Dresser Mouldings (Rochdale) Ltd Launch New Timber Mouldings eCommerce Store

Oct 1 2013, 9:00am CDT | by PR.com

Rochdale, United Kingdom, October 01, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Rochdale (UK) based timber mouldings manufacturer Dresser Mouldings (Rochdale) Ltd today launched their new eCommerce online store. After...

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Dresser Mouldings (Rochdale) Ltd Launch New Timber Mouldings eCommerce Store

Oct 1 2013, 9:00am CDT | by PR.com

Rochdale, United Kingdom, October 01, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Rochdale (UK) based timber mouldings manufacturer Dresser Mouldings (Rochdale) Ltd today launched their new eCommerce online store.

After launching a new website in 2010 showcasing a large range of architectural and decorative wooden mouldings including: architraves, cornices, oak timber skirtings and timber columns; Dresser saw the potential in selling their core range of products online. This will allow them to supply both their client base of larger contractors and architects, as well as householders and small businesses.

Dresser has a policy of using materials from renewable sources and have FSC certification for the purchase, processing, sales and distribution of bespoke mouldings for use in wood working.

Managing Director Bill Gunn commented, “We have built a reputation for the quality and precision of our products as well as our customer service and have a loyal customer base of large contractors and architects. Our aim is to take this same level of quality and care to both homeowners and small businesses across the UK.”

About Dresser Mouldings (Rochdale) Ltd

Dresser is headed up by directors Bill Gunn and Simon McDonnell who have been in the timber mouldings business for over 30 years.

Dresser originally setup its business in the early 1980s & became established as a market leader in standard mouldings, stair components, carvings & columns, during 2009 the business split & a new company formed offering a far wider service from it original routes. From a well establish site in Rochdale including 52,000 square feet Dresser Mouldings Rochdale Ltd is now able to offer a far wider service including a completely bespoke manufacturing service.

Contact Information:
Dresser Moudlings Rochdale (Ltd)
Christopher Davies
01706 658 900
Contact via Email
www.dressermouldings.com

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