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DWP Forecast for 2023

DWP Forecast for 2023


Here's to a bright start and an optimistic forecast for the year!
Do check out the video above for all the details, or read the transcript below.

Video Transcript

Hi Everybody!

Rocco DeLuca Detectable Warning Products.

I normally start off by saying “Back with another update!” But this is the beginning of January 2023, so I am saying “Happy New Year,” and I am going to give you a happy forecast for what’s to come in 2023.

Before I get into that, I am sticking with my promises of wearing a different color shirt to match the colors that we offer and this month I am wearing black. Not that it’s a gloomy year coming, but it’s another one of our very popular colors. So, we want to let you know we’ve got NINE Standard Colors of which is the third one that I’ve demonstrated with you guys.

So, no updates right now, but some really good forecasts.

Last year found us with the highest volume we’ve ever had in our business. We were up 61% from2021 – so that was a great blessing. It was great that a lot of our business was repeat business from other customers that we’ve previously had. And the blessing for them is that they landed some really big jobs in 2022.

The benefits for all of you going forward is that our volume is so high that it is making us more competitive than ever from our manufacturing cost perspective, to passing that lower cost on to you.

So, whatever it is that you are looking for this year : Composite, Cast Iron, Concrete Detectable Warning Pavers, Galvanized Steel, Stainless Steel, logoed panels, anything that you need, we will be the most competitive of any vendor that you’ve ever dealt with.

If you are looking for high volume pricing, please get in touch with me directly as well. But for anything – from a single panel to a 1000 panels, you can call me or text me directly at 401-561-9110. Or you can reach me by email – rocco@dwpnow.com.

I will be happy to help you and I look forward to talking with you.
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