JD Pipes expands Colchester branch by 75% with enhanced facilities and services

JDP (John Davidson Pipes), a manufacturer and supplier of civils and drainage products, has announced the major expansion of its Colchester branch.

Recently re-opened, this significant upgrade marks a new era for the branch, offering enhanced services and a wider range of water management and drainage products to meet the growing demands of its customers.

The newly expanded JDP Colchester branch now spans a total area of 5,250m2, incorporating the previous site and an additional 2,250 m2. Following the investment, the branch now features extensive storage and warehouse facilities, ensuring a streamlined and efficient operation. This not only allows for greater stock levels but also provides the opportunity to house a more diverse range of products including concrete drainage items, septic tanks, and sewage treatment plants. With a large trade counter space also, the branch is set to enhance the JDP customer service experience too.

In addition, a handy electric vehicle (EV) charging point has been installed at the front entrance, catering to the needs of JDP’s increasingly environmentally conscious customers.

(L-R) Andy Wren (Trade Counter Sales), Darran Rickards (Managing Director), Paul Harrod-Welch (Network Manager SE), Richard Kerridge (Branch Manager), April Golding-Brodie (Sales Exec)
(L-R) Andy Wren (Trade Counter Sales), Darran Rickards (Managing Director), Paul Harrod-Welch (Network Manager SE), Richard Kerridge (Branch Manager), April Golding-Brodie (Sales Exec)

Paul Harrod-Welch, JDP’s Network Manager for the Southeast, expresses his enthusiasm for the expansion, commenting:

“We are excited to be expanding our Colchester branch by a huge 75%, adding over 2,000 square meters! This investment significantly increases our stock holding capacity and enables us to hold a broader range of civils and drainage products on-site, meeting the diverse needs of our customers.”

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