Posted 8th March

LDL Components enjoys ‘record-breaking year’

By KBBDaily on 8th March 2019 - 10:34am
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LDL Components said it has enjoyed a “record-breaking year” in 2018, having “significantly expanded” its workforce and heavily invested in its production line and warehouse.

The company introduced new recyclable packaging as well as a new saw, assembly line and pair of balers. It also overhauled its office with new equipment and created a dedicated design room to host weekly training sessions.

Last year, LDL Components was acquired in a management buyout led by former director Simon Ogden, who replaced Matthew Lord as the company’s managing director.

“The huge investment in 2018 demonstrates our ongoing commitment to providing the very best possible service to our customers,” said Ogden.

“That means improving efficiency in every area, no matter how good it is already, and investing time and money to ensure our young and enthusiastic new recruits are given the most thorough training possible. The future is bright for LDL, and we look forward to another record-breaking year!”

Read more: LDL Components pledges to be plastic-free by 2020

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