Duncan Haywood, commercial manager for Pozament.

Tarmac Building Products launches website for its Pozament brand

Published:  17 January, 2014

Tarmac Building Products has launched a dedicated website for its Pozament brand to highlight its expansive offering of pre-blended cementitious materials.

Pozament has been part of Tarmac Building Products for a decade and is one of the leading providers of specialist cementitious solutions in the UK. Its new website, www.pozament.co.uk, serves as a platform for a detailed portfolio of over 200 products for the commercial and residential construction, highway maintenance, and civil engineering markets.

Duncan Haywood, commercial manager for Pozament, said: “Given the competitive nature of the building products market, it’s highly important to ensure both our existing and potential customers have an easy-to-access point of information for our Pozament product range.

“The new Pozament website also contains in-depth product literature which is available to download, as well as a wider profile of the Pozament brand and details of the industry markets we operate in. Customers are also able to contact our sales and technical teams and request a call back should they require any additional information.”

As well as detailing Pozament’s extensive product offering, the website provides in-depth information on some of the brand’s recent projects, including work on St Paul’s Cathedral, The Shard, The Leadenhall Building (also known as the ‘Cheese Grater’) and the newly-opened Birmingham Library.

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