Secure-a-Field expands into London and the South East

Posted: Thu, 06 Jun 2019 12:54

Secure-a-Field expands into London and the South East

Secure-a-Field has expanded to provide installation and expertise to customers in London and the South East, with a new Southern Area office.

As one of the UK's leading suppliers and manufacturers of quality fencing and access solutions, Secure-a-Field has quickly earned a reputation for our innovative designs, quality products and personalised service. And with a customer base which continues to grow, Managing Director, Oliver Lloyd, has made the decision to expand into the south of the country, with a partnership that sees a new Surrey-based depot responsible for the installation of Secure-a-Field products in and around London and the South East.

Oliver explains, "Secure-a-Field is often contacted for supply and installation contracts outside of our immediate location, but due to the size of the team and the travel costs associated with a job so far from our main base, these were not always possible. "Over time we noticed a lot of these enquiries were coming from London and the South-Eastern area of the country and so instead of turning those customers away we have decided to increase our capacity and fulfil installation contracts much further afield."Since its official opening in April the Southern office has completed contracts for a number of customers in and around Surrey, in places including Dorking, Leatherhead and Ashstead.

Leading the new team is Southern Area Manager, Ralph Burch, who has partnered with Secure-a-Field and brings over twenty years of construction and landscaping experience. Oliver concludes, "Working with Ralph as Southern Area Manager is already paying off for us. We are forging relationships with local businesses and organisations who we have not had the opportunity to work with in the past; I look forward to seeing what comes next. "To find out more about our Southern office, or for a free installation quote, email or call 07557 318 258.

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