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DTC expands in-house expertise with new paintshop tooling solutions specialist

Posted 15 February 2017 · Add Comment

Direct Tool Company are thrilled to announce their new starter Nick Piper. Nick's impressive industry experience is expected to push DTC in their pursuit to penetrate deeper into the EMEA finishing markets.



Nick boasts an impressive 6 years in providing paint shop technical solutions and is excited to apply his bespoke approach to offering honest, reliable tooling and consumable solutions to the surface finishing industries.

With a broad range of experience within the tooling trade, Nick is well-known as the go to denaturing specialist on the South Coast. “I am thrilled to join DTC on their exciting journey of growth and can’t wait to learn more about their unique offering. The finishing world is forever shifting toward more advanced and efficient procedures and I have always admired DTC’s ability to be at the forefront of cutting edge technology.” Explained Piper.

Specialist supplier DTC, have been supporting the Marine, Composite and Automotive surface finishing industries with a custom range of tools and consumables. After experiencing significant growth in 2016 DTC look forward to take the business to the next level through expanding their business development division and in-house sales support staff.
“Nick is the first of many experienced area managers we look to take on this year as we rollout our significant growth strategy throughout the next 3 years. With a firm grip on the UK finishing market our overseas expansion is a key area of growth already underway.” said Rick Wakeford, Sales Director of DTC.

DTC’s unique blend of preparation, painting and finishing products offer a one stop solution to some of the largest finishing operations in the country. Key industries supported include: yacht builders, rail transport finishers, accident repair centres, aerospace refinishers and composite part manufacturers.
 

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