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Talasey Group celebrates 15 years in business

September 2019

Talasey Group celebrated its 15-year anniversary in June.  A milestone for the company, the anniversary represents the landscaping supplier’s continued success and ability to exceed customer expectations with a diverse product portfolio and exceptional service.

Back in 2004, Founder and CEO, Mark Wall established Natural Paving Products (UK) Ltd.  With his passion for business, customer service excellence, corporate social responsibility and supporting the landscaping industry with high-quality products, expansion was inevitable. In a short space of time, Natural Paving Products had developed 5 additional product brands (Pavetuf, Vitripiazza, Baksteen, Luxigraze and Resiscape) and with such a diverse product portfolio the company rebranded to Talasey Group in 2018, with Natural Paving continuing as the sub-brand for the company’s stone offer.

The company has grown at a rapid rate and in the past six years alone has more than tripled its turnover. To support the growth of the business, the company has doubled the size of its Doncaster Distribution Centre, alongside its three other large stocking locations at Tilbury, Grangemouth, and Southampton. To help drive the business forward, the workforce has doubled with new additions to all departments.

Founder and CEO Mark Wall has also expanded the business into international waters, launching a sister company in North America - Natural Paving USA.

More at: https://www.talasey.co.uk

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