Bulk materials handling product supplier Kinder & Co has added to 25th anniversary celebrations with the opening of a new factory and office complex.
The complex at Braeside in Melbourne’s south-east features state-of-the-art warehousing and administration facilities, and is expected to improve inventory and logistics management as the company serves a growing client base across Australia.
The complex consists of 2500 square metres of warehousing space, which Kinder’s managing director Neil Kinder describes as a massive upgrade on the previous premises.
“The new premises illustrates the fantastic growth we have experienced as a company over the past decades but also represents the future direction Kinder & Co is taking,” he says.
“The opening is a celebration of what we have achieved, our future direction and the introduction of a new generation to the company.”
As well as opening the new complex, Kinder & Co has recently unveiled their new brand proposition, ‘Made Better’, and introduced a range of relationships with world-class bulk material handling equipment manufacturers.
Christine Kinder says client loyalty has been critical to building business. “None of our growth would have been achieved without the loyal support of our clients. Many of our clients have been with us since we first started.”www.kinder.com.au
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