The company – the first drainage specialist to provide an alternative solution to a loss adjuster for the insurance industry – was founded by managing director Darryl Gartley in 1982.
Over the past 30 years, DASA has created a strong reputation in the industry working for several leading insurers. The company is now expanding following the appointment of several key roles across the business:
Andrew Greatorex has been promoted to operations director, Andrew has been with DASA for over 10 years and as operations director will take responsibility of the day to day running of the business.
Tim Dawson has been promoted to technical solutions director and will ensure that the company continues to be innovators in the drainage and leak detection sector.
Jessica Dawson has been appointed as quality control director to ensure the company maintains the highest quality service to all clients.
"Its an exciting time for DASA as we look to further grow our client base. Our growing team and our continued investment in technology and staff, will help us to achieve this."
DASA has also employed its first marketing and PR consultant. Claire Hextall from dinkydot Marketing who will work with the team to further strengthen DASA’s presence in the market place.
Managing director Darryl Gartley said: “30 years ago with a lack of expertise in drainage claims, the insurance industry was paying high and sometimes unnecessary costs for drainage and leak detection claims.
“By providing a specialist service, we have helped to shape this industry to how it is today, resulting in much reduced costs and an improved service for customers.”
Darryl continued: “It’s an exciting time for DASA as we look to further grow our client base. Our growing team and our continued investment in technology and staff, will help us to achieve this.”
DASA has its headquarters in Stockport and operations nationally.
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