Diamond Dispersions have delivered growth of 32 percent year-on-year for the first half of their financial year (September 2012 – August 2013). During the first quarter of 2013, sales were up 47 percent on the same quarter in 2012 and March proved to be a record month for sales in the company’s history.
Explains Diamond’s finance director, Craig Jones: “Demand for our dye sublimation dispersions continues to increase with new and existing customers across the world placing orders with us. “After three years of developing key relationships in South America our work in Brazil, particularly in the textile industry, has really taken off. South Korea also remains a very strong market for us.” Continues Craig: “In response to increasing customer demand for our dispersions and pigments, we are working to put a capital expenditure plan in place.
Whilst we still have plenty of spare production capacity to meet current demand, investment in new plant will be required to enable us to meet anticipated future growth. “At the same time, we are currently in the process of recruiting new lab staff and will also be looking to add to our production team over the coming months.” Concludes Craig: “Demand for wide format inks, industrial inkjets and textile dispersed dyes and pigments is increasing daily and Diamond, as one of the fastest growing companies in the industry, is a leading player.”