CDUK has rebranded with a new logo and website as the Leeds-based company prepares to expand its product portfolio as part of an ambitious growth plan.
The company is an exclusive distributor of Corian Solid Surface in the UK and Ireland and also includes products such as sinks and taps in its portfolio.
CDUK was founded 40 years ago by Geoff Baker, who died recently aged 86. His son Gary is currently managing director.
The rebrand is said to signify the evolution of the brand and its journey towards continued success with its loyal customers and new partners. CDUK is also currently expanding its product range and developing its services to help keep it “at the forefront of design and project realisation for many years to come”.
In a statement, CDUK said: “Our new logo symbolises a dynamic new start, built on solid foundations. Designed by CDP (Communication Design Partnership), our new tangram logo conveys the nature of the holistic offering we provide. It visually represents the multiple interconnected facets of our business, including quality products, skills, training, and delivery – every aspect of surface design.”
Divisional managing director Andy Noble commented: “We felt this year was the perfect time to freshen up the CDUK brand and to look towards the future, building on the solid foundations we have established over the past four decades.”
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