Safer Storage Systems has partnered with Gonvarri Material Handling (GMH) to give businesses across Australia access to superior pallet racking and storage systems.
Supplying safe and robust storage solutions is top priority for the Safer Storage Systems team, which is why we sought a supplier with global network of storage expertise, experience and world-class product engineering.
With a turnover of over 200 million Euros, over 900 employees and modern manufacturing facilities strategically located in the key markets of Russia, Romania, Germany and Sweden, Gonvarri Material Handling is a leading force in the storage industry.
The GMH product range incorporates cutting-edge steel pallet racking and shelving systems, as well as storage machines and automatic systems.
Exclusive Australian access to the Gonvarri Material Handling range allows Safer Storage Systems to engineer high-quality and highly customised picking and packing solutions – offering value that can be tracked through to profits for businesses Australia-wide.
Designed in Europe. Made in Europe & Australia.
Safer Storage Systems has also commenced the manufacture of some components right here in Australia to further support the supply of quality storage solutions across the country. Not only will this help maintain the highest quality standards, local manufacturing will assist in expediting projects nationally by reducing lead times for customers.
“Partnering with a powerhouse like Gonvarri Material Handling provides us with the capacity, European quality and range to better service our existing customers and expand our product offering for new markets.
Safer Storage Systems strives to continually improve its product offering in line with the latest industry innovations. We do more than just rack warehouses. We take the time to review warehousing needs and challenges, and analyse operational data to engineer storage solutions that offer solutions that fit our customers’ needs now and into the future.”
– Matt Bell, Safer Storage Systems’ Managing Director