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  • Mr. DECCA TURNS 70

    Everybody at DECCA would like to take this opportunity to wish Derek Peacock 'Many Happy Returns' on his 70th Birthday.

  • Lucky Man takes the Plunge with DECCA

    DECCA was asked to manufacture a Bespoke Tank by Carnival Film & Television Ltd for the TV Show Lucky Man.

    BAFTA nominated actor James Nesbitt plays Detective Inspector Harry Clayton, a brilliant but troubled cop and a compulsive gambler who is in danger of losing the thing he values most...

    the Tank size was 10' x 8' x 2'  and used as a prop in a scene in the show.


    DECCA PLASTICS is pleased to announce we've increased the size of our operation by adding a 441 m3 warehouse.

  • Tight Fit - No Problem

    Space was always an issue on this project.

    DECCA installed two Sectional TIF Tanks at: 1.5 x 1 x 1.5 and 2 x 1.5 x 1.5

    Job Done.

  • Liverpool Football Club

    Liverpool Football Club brand new Main Stand officially opened on 9 September 2016. DECCA expertise in stadia installs was a key factor in winning the GRP Sectional Water Tanks for this project.

    The re-developed stand has been transformed into one of the largest all-seater single stands in European Football and a world class facility. The stand holds 8,500 seats - taking the overall capacity to around 54,000.

    DECCA installed two 4 x 2 x 2 Sectional IFB Tanks.

  • Rolls Royce

    Rolls-Royce Limited was once owned by a British Luxury Car and Aero Engine Manufacturing Business founded in 1904 by Charles Stewart Rolls and Frederick Henry Royce. DECCA was asked to install a 5 x 4 x 3 GRP Sectional Tank at their development center in Glasgow.

  • Manchester United Training Ground

    DECCA provide the Annual Service on all the Sectional Tanks at the Trafford Training Centre, the training ground and academy headquarters of English football club Manchester United.

    This replaced the Cliff as the club's training ground in 2000. Construction on the complex began in 1999, the main building was opened and the first team moved in 2000, followed in 2002 by the Academy facility, home to the club's renowned youth system. In 2013, major additions were completed at the complex, including a medical centre and sports science department, bringing the total construction cost of the training complex to over £60 million.

  • Preston North End Football Club

    Preston North End Football Club is a Professional Association Football Club located in the Deepdale area of Preston, Lancashire. PNE play in the Championship, the second tier of the English Football League system.

    The Club was a Founding Member of the Football League and completed the inaugural season unbeaten to become the first League Champions. In the same season PNE won the FA Cup without conceding a goal to become the first Club to achieve the English Football "Double". Preston's unbeaten League and Cup season earned them the nickname "The Invincibles".

    When the old Deepdale ground was transformed into a 'State of the Art Stadium' also housing the 'National Football Museum', DECCA was awarded the Sectional GRP Water Tanks for this prestigious project. "Being a Family run business based in Deepdale, it was an honor to be involved in the regeneration of this wonderful old Football Club".


  • The Gherkin

    DECCA was awarded the project to provide the GRP Sectional Water Tanks for the Gherkin. One of London’s most instantly recognisable Towers, totaling 500,000 sq ft. The Gherkin is an iconic structure housing a flourishing community and has reputation for being ‘the most civilised skyscraper in the world’.

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