Colby Storage award winner announced

Sydney-based Storage Ideas has won the Colby Storage Solutions Distributor of the Year award for 2015.

For almost 40 years, Storage Ideas has played a leading role in providing complete service in the design, supply and installation of warehouse and distribution centre storage equipment to Sydney businesses.

“We have a real commitment to outstanding service from the top down,” said Robert Burke, Principal, Storage Ideas. “And while we hold stock to meet most standard storage requirements, we also offer impressive delivery lead times on tailor-made solutions. What's more, our delivery and installation crews are highly experienced and this vital aspect of our service means customers have peace of mind that they will receive quality storage solutions, on time and on budget.”

Key to Storage Ideas winning the Colby Distributor of the Year award was the company’s strong growth in 2015.

“We’re thrilled to have been recognised as a leader in the supply of storage equipment. Storage Ideas is committed to being an integral part of the national Colby Storage Solutions distributor network,” Mr Burke added.

Dematic’s Director of Storage Equipment, Tony Woodlock, said: “Robert and the team at Storage Ideas have shown great commitment in delivering the highest quality storage systems and unmatched levels of customer service for their Sydney customers. I congratulate them for their efforts.”

Colby Storage Solutions combines the flexibility of a national network of independent distributors, with the resources of global materials handling leader Dematic.

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