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A-safe ties the knot in Thailand

08 February 2011

The safety barrier specialists A-Safe, based in Halifax, has appointed Peak Corporation Limited, Thailand as its authorised distributor for South East Asia

Peak provides factory storage system solutions and safety systems in the warehouse, including consultation, certification, installations and repairs with their own team of experienced and trained planners, engineers, designers, sales coordinators and installation teams.

A-Safe’s extruded polymer based safety barrier systems have proved to be the smart choice for discerning and caring employers in protecting their staff, plant, buildings and reputation.

Their international customers, like Coca-Cola, Mars and Kimberley Clark, are now spread across the globe and with A-Safe systems also being featured at many international airports.
Luke Smith, Director at A-safe, is looking to further expand the burgeoning business and said of Peak: “ We are getting increasing interest outside of the UK, particularly in Europe and the USA, so the opportunity to have such a professional and experienced, English speaking Reseller in the Far East as well was too good to miss. Peak themselves are looking to expand which can only bode well for the future expansion of A-Safe.”

Supat Aree, Project Manager for the Peak Corporation was excited at the prospect of further promoting A-Safe from their head office in Bangkok and said: “We are constantly searching for new and innovative products and discovered A-safe about two months ago.”

Not wanting to let an excellent opportunity slip, Peak contacted A-Safe immediately. Supat went on to enthuse that: “Peak feel that the A-Safe protection barriers will provide protection to our customers racking systems, personnel in the aisleways, not damage FLTs and know that the barriers themselves will suffer little or no damage when impacted.”

A-Safe and its Reseller, the Peak Corporation, provides far more than just a comprehensive range of safety products for installations in factory and warehouse environments. They also offer a full consultation service, ensuring that that the right product is assigned to the right application. This is complemented by a full installation and maintenance package as well as a leasing option, if required, to fit your financial solutions.


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