WAREHOUSING: Palian's Strong Growth
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IT is unique that Palian Cape, after three years in the Western Cape, can boast with year to date growth of over 30%.
This flows from the right combination of price, product and service which ensure success, even in the toughest of times.
“This phenomenal growth was made possible by extensive development of the manufacturing process and the right people in the right places,” says Chris Welthagen, the Cape Town sales manager.
“After a total of eight years of development work and multi million rand investments, Palian has not only managed to reduce prices by 15% to 20%, but also managed to increase strength and durability of its products, whilst redesigning to ensure a much more modern look and feel, something that the industry has been lacking over the past decades.”
“The market demands the very best in products in all regards – strength, appearance, finish, application, lead time, service and off course, price – a demand Palian and Palian Cape will consistently adhere to and strive to exceed.”
“Whilst there seems to be no immediate improvement in the economic climate in sight, one thing is certain that Palian Cape will remain focussed on offering end users the best there is in racking, shelving and mezzanine floors at a reduced price, when compared to any local or International manufacturers,” Welthagen says.
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