Teakdecking Systems revamps its website

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Design Marketing Group recently announced the launch and redesign of a new interactive website for Teakdecking Systems.

Teakdecking Systems is a manufacturer of custom teak decks for yachts and ships, serving boatbuilders, owners and the marine industry since 1979.

The new website showcases Teakdecking Systems’ technology and its broad range of products and services, including the new Eco line of products. The website also provides customers with educational videos and support tools.

“At TDS, we are committed to building strong customer relationships and providing superior service,” Teakdecking Systems yacht services manager Alan Brosilow said in a statement. “We want to make access to information and services easy for our customers. DMG has supported our efforts and worked with our team to develop a website, displays and marketing communications that enhance our brand recognition and customer communication.”

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