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RSL is proudly flying the flag for Britain as a UK manufacturer striving to be as environmentally responsible as possible. Martin Wroe explains.


RESPONSIBLE An ethos of environmental responsibility is central to RSL’s business strategy. Through the talents of some of the best technical and production specialists in the industry, the company, based at Hazel Grove, Stockport, is innovating new ranges of cleaner, greener and fast curing resin flooring products for the 21st century.

Committed to new product development, during the last 12 months RSL has developed a new greener, easier-to-use range of products. This proactive approach to product innovation has helped RSL maintain its market-leading position in what is a highly competitive industry.

RSL continues to lead the way in developing intelligent, environmentally responsible solutions to flooring needs across a wide variety of sectors, tackling issues of hygiene, cost-effectiveness and durability for flooring in spaces ranging from major manufacturing sites, to tourist attractions, hospitals and schools.


‘BRAND BRITAIN’ A truly global brand, RSL has contracts in Poland, Russia, Romania, Norway, Lithuania, Spain, Australia, the Netherlands, Germany, Ireland, Nigeria, the United Arab Emirates and the Faroe Islands. The company also has plans to expand into Africa and China.

RSL is part of the wave of UK companies competing on the international stage, demonstrating that British manufacturing is alive and well, and that British manufactured


MATERIALS By sourcing the highest quality raw materials from local suppliers, creating better products and embracing the highest standards of health & safety, RSL ensures its carbon footprint is as minimal as possible, and its products are easy to install.

RSL’s range includes some of the most respected flooring products in the industry. Its Resuthane range, formulated on water-based polyurethane technology, is regarded as the optimum solution for the international food and drinks sector, providing hygienic, non-taint, seamless finishes with anti-slip properties in both wet and dry conditions.

In commercial settings, RSL’s Decora Quartz, Terrazzo and Resuflake systems use the best raw materials to create aesthetically superb flooring of the highest calibre, while its Resubind and Resugrip systems provide superb solutions for external spaces.

goods provide innovative solutions of the highest quality.

With its international business partners RSL has an exceptional history of supplying flooring materials to some of the world's renowned companies, including Frito Lay, Cadbury's, British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Kerry Ingredients, Audi, Rolls Royce, Alstom, Diageo, Pfizer and Astra Zeneca.

With manufacturing often overlooked and undervalued in the UK economy, RSL is a great example of a UK manufacturing business that is prospering and leading its field. With one of the largest resin flooring product ranges in Europe, RSL offers creative solutions to architects, specifiers and contractors globally.


For industrial use, RSL’s epoxy resin screeds and self-smoothers provide hardwearing systems which are chemical resistant, slip resistant and hygienic. Decorative finishes can also be achieved by adding coloured flakes or aggregates.

As well as all of this, the RSL product range includes protective wall coatings, primers, maintenance products and cleaning solutions.

Ivy Wroe, RSL Managing Director, says: “As one of the UK’s leading resin systems manufacturers we see it as part of our role to push back boundaries — both in terms of product development, tackling environmental issues and geography — and excite our industry with new ideas.”

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