Stampcrete International will soon be securing its place as a leader in the decorative and restorative paving market on a global scale.
Founded and nurtured by CEO P. Michael Fennessy, a pioneer in the art and science of decorative paving, the privately held company is prepared to divulge its treasured trade secrets in efforts to expand its brand worldwide.
Stampcrete is in negotiations with a company in Ghana, West Africa, to open the first manufacturing plant overseas, according to Craig Munsey, vice president-international sales/marketing for Stampcrete International and ReDeckIt.
Munsey identifies potential Stampcrete clients for product sales and entrepreneurs who wish to manufacture high-quality Stampcrete materials in the United States and across the globe.
Munsey said the plant in Ghana should be fully operational by the end of the year. He noted Stampcrete is also in discussions with several companies in South America, Canada, Saudi Arabia and India.
Stampcrete is doing two things that are unusual in the industry. First, it is eliminating the distribution level and focusing strictly on online sales and service. Secondly, it is also offering all its formulas and technology, such as the ability for customers to create and patent their own design molds. It will also offer support for those wishing to own the Stampcrete and ReDeckIt trademarks exclusively in their respective countries.
“The stamped concrete and decorative overlay industry is one of the most secretive industries on the globe,” he said. “Stampcrete recognizes the need for its products. It has made a determined decision to offer reputable companies the ability to become Stampcrete manufacturers. This will take the middleman out of the equation and reduce costs significantly for businesses and their customers.”
Munsey noted Stampcrete’s full turnkey manufacturing opportunities have the ability to produce five name-brand products: Stampcrete, ReDeckIt, Re-Do-It, Mirage and Patina Stains. Stampcrete will provide all the training necessary to ensure each manufacturing facility gets up and running.
“Once the first Stampcrete manufacturer is operational, we believe other companies in other countries will see the huge benefits in producing Stampcrete products for their clients,” he said. “They will be manufacturing very high-quality products at a very low cost for their customers, big and small.”
Online purchases feature no shipping charges in the U.S., and all Stampcrete products are offered at a fraction of cost when compared to almost all other suppliers. “We want to make the cost of products affordable for individuals and companies everywhere, but especially in North America,” he said. “The Stampcrete manufacturers will be the ones to determine their on-line sales success.”
Shown below is the stamping tool manufacturing
area at Stampcrete International’s headquarters in
Liverpool, New York