Schaefer

Schaefer Systems has announced a new distributor for Queensland, Better Storage Systems.

Schaefer Australia managing director Alan Clark said Better Storage Systems was a newly-established business owned by well-known industry expert Darren Bykersma.

“Better Storage Systems will be marketing the exclusive range of Schaefer products and will be a welcome addition to our current Queensland distributor network. This addition to our Queensland distributor network is a strategic decision to not only grow the market, but to also provide the industry with automation opportunities locally,” Mr Clark said.

Mr Bykersma welcomed the partnership, saying working with the major material handling supplier would create exciting opportunities.

“The marriage between my experience in materials handling and logistics, and the supply and technical support of the largest industrial storage systems supplier in the world, was too great an opportunity for me to ignore,” he said.

He added that the Queensland market could now choose from a diverse range of products in pallet racking and shelving systems, as well as automated picking, storage and handling systems.

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