More Than 70,000sqm Sold Since Launch At SIBS 2014!

Flexiteek - the original patented synthetic teak decking established in 2000, sees consistent growth and double digit increases over the last two years. With nearly 400,000m2 of decking produced since inception, present demand is nearing 50,000m2 annual. The Flexiteek 2G material has contributed to the increase in weight savings and more importantly, the cooling benefits more

September 24th, 2016|Flexiteek 2G, News|

Flexiteek is now standard synthetic teak decking on all XO Boats

Flexiteek is now the standard deck material on all XO Boats. XO Boats is the fastest growing Nordic manufacturer of pleasure and performance motorboats. See the range at the XO Boats site Post by XO Boats Oy.

January 21st, 2015|News, Synthetic teak decking|

It’s a bumper SIBs!!

Come along and see one of the largest collections of Flexiteek decked boats ever! From the brand new Hanse 505 with its factory fitted Flexiteek deck to the smallest boat; a Ribeye tender! Over 28 boats will be displaying why Flexiteek are the world leaders in the synthetic teak market.... Copied... But never equalled! Come more

September 11th, 2013|News, Shows|

Berthon news!

See what we've been up to with Berthon! // follow the link to see the boat transformed by a Flexiteek Bleached deck.

August 1st, 2013|News|

“Even better than the real thing” – Lakeland Boating

In the June issue of Lakeland Boating there is an interesting article about synthetic teak decking. The article can be read in their Online Magazine (page 40): Go to Lakeland Boating Go directly to the Online magazine

June 6th, 2013|News|

The new Flexiteek colours are cooler than real teak

Our new colours (Bleached, Weathered, Off-White) are cooler and cool four minutes faster than real teak. Flexiteek Teak is approximately the same ready state temperature as real teak but cooled five minutes faster and about two minutes faster than another synthetic teak brand. This is a noticeable difference in warmer climates. Materials Technology Ltd. was more

November 24th, 2012|News|