Surface Stabilization Needs Drive Diamond Grid Growth in South America

Polymeric-based, surface stabilization grids have attracted a lot of interest around the world. For stabilization system manufacturer Diamond Grid International, South America has become one of the fastest growing regions of use for its materials.

Diamond Grid is utilized in a wide range of sectors in need of surface stabilization solutions, such as trail building, mining, agriculture, landscaping, golf course design, service roads, and more.

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The Brisbane, Australia-headquartered company’s growth in South America was profiled in an article from Trade and Investment Queensland recently. TIQ is the Queensland government’s global business agency.

In the profile, Diamond Grid CEO Ben Kirkup highlighted the importance of trade events in establish a product footprint in Central and South America. The company has furthermore established a good network of local distributors and created manufacturing centers in Argentina and Brazil with additional centers being planned. These moves have increased the company’s understanding of the unique surface stabilization needs in South America’s infrastructure sectors and being directly present in major countries and working with strong partners has enhanced response time for serving client orders.

Diamond Grid’s brand has developed a strong reputation, as such, and the company has been able to expand quickly into other active infrastructure countries like Chile and Peru.

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The surface stabilization systems offered by Diamond Grid are manufactured from 100% recycled polypropylene.  The interlocking polymeric grids create a multilayered drainage system that accepts a wide range of infills, is easy to install, holds up in heavy precipitation, and provides a solid, durable surface for a diverse range of applications.

Originally developed for cattle yards, farm driveways, and similar muddy sites, the efficient strength of Diamond Grid materials now see them used in access roads and other robust surface stabilization designs.

Graphic of Diamond Grid Classic soil stabilization material

TIQ noted that Diamond Grid’s growth has not been limited to South America. The company has also made significant strides in markets in New Zealand, Africa, Asia, and the United States.

For more information on Diamond Grid’s surface stabilization solutions and international market contacts, visit http://www.diamondgrid.com/.

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