Following a year of strong growth, leading fitness equipment provider Dyaco is moving to a new UK headquarters in Milton Keynes, marking a significant landmark for the company.
The 7,000 sq. ft. location will house the UK operations, finance and sales support teams as well as a dedicated parts warehousing space, enabling the team to have direct control of the stock and shipment of parts to ensure an extra fast and efficient service to customers. It will also act as a base for global and EMEA commercial and medical division operations. This will be key as the business and the European distributor network expands, particularly with the forthcoming roll-out of the Philips Physical Therapy product lines.
The office move will see the addition of an on-site product showroom, allowing key customers an exclusive opportunity to see new products and innovations before they launch to market.
“Our new office move represents a huge step forward for our offering in the UK,” said Andy Loughray, Dyaco UK Sales Director. “A key part of our strategy is to enhance the quality of service that we provide to both new and existing customers and having a dedicated parts warehouse on site will allow us to work both faster and more efficiently. It’s no secret how ambitious we are to become a major player in the fitness equipment sector and the size of our new offices will mean we’re able to accommodate more staff as we continue our ongoing growth.”
In addition to its new headquarters, Dyaco has appointed Kevin Barham to the newly created position of UK Installation & Technical Support Manager. Kevin will focus on enhancing the experience for Dyaco UK commercial customers, overseeing the installation process to ensure its growing customer base enjoys the best and most efficient installation service possible. He joins following eight years at Matrix Fitness, where he held a number of roles, rapidly progressing from an Assembly Engineer to UK Installation Supervisor.
“I’m very excited for the opportunity to join Dyaco in this important customer-facing role,” said Kevin. “Dyaco has the foundations to grow and change the industry and this opportunity will allow me to ensure the highest level of service for our customers. As well as having worked in the industry for a number of years, fitness is a personal passion of mine and it’s great to be able to provide gyms and health clubs with premium equipment to help members achieve their own goals.”
Dyaco will move into their new headquarters at the end of May and are looking to build on a strong start to 2019, including a comprehensive installation at Pump Gyms’ Watford site, providing over 100 pieces of equipment from its broad product portfolio.