Safer Storage signs up with Dexion

Safer Storage signs up with Dexion

Safer Storage Systems is one of the first to sign the new-look Dexion Supply Centre agreement, which is currently being rolled out across Australia.

Dexion was recently acquired by Singaporean storage engineering company, Tech-Link Group, and has since undergone a complete restructure. Now, with a more streamlined business model, Dexion is focused on further developing its manufacturing and engineering capabilities, as well as strengthening the overall quality of their products.

The partnership between Safer Storage Systems and Dexion is expected to enhance Safer Storage Systems’ capacity to deliver both small and large-scale projects.

As an authorised Dexion Supply Centre, Safer Storage Systems is now an accredited supplier of Dexion products and services in the Australian market. In addition, Safer Storage Systems has adopted the Dexion branding and will now be known in the market as Dexion Solutions.

Safer Storage Systems’ managing director Matt Bell said: “This new partnership sees two powerhouses in the industry join forces to deliver the very best product and service for customers. Dexion has world-class engineering capabilities and we are excited to be able to add the quality product range to our selection.”

With a growing key accounts team to manage ongoing requirements for customers such as Reece and Bunnings, as well as experienced installation crews and project managers, Safer Storage Systems will offer a comprehensive storage product range for the industrial and commercial sectors.

Dexion Australiasia’s CEO Khurshed Mirza said: “Dexion has been the pinnacle of quality engineering and innovation in this industry for over 80 years, and our partnership with Dexion Solutions further enhances our commitment to provide our customers with service and support. We are stronger together.”

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