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Global spill control stands for reliability

10-07-2013
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Global Spill Control
Timely and reliable supply of materials and parts is critical to the bottom line of all businesses.
 
Unreliable supply of critical products can affect your ability to supply your customers and can cause significant cost blowouts if you are a manufacturer.
 
Slow or non-supply of environmental protection equipment can also cause significant problems for your business.
 
An audit failure can be personally embarrassing for those responsible and even worse the clean-up costs and fines associated with accidental spills can destroy a company’s annual profit in a matter of hours and your job prospects. Rapid accessibility to spill control and clean-up equipment is an important part of a company’s duty of care to their employees and the environment.
 
If a company handles, stores or transports liquids of any kind it is also has an obligation to be compliant with federal and state regulations.
 
Global Spill Control recognises the significance of supply. This Melbourne-based company is continuously striving to better serve its customers and partners by timely and reliable provision of land and marine spill control and clean-up equipment.
 
To meet our company’s delivery policy of dispatching goods within 24 hours we have strategically placed warehouses throughout Australia.
 
Each warehouse is stocked with products most likely to be required in a particular area.
 
Also, each East Coast warehouse is strategically positioned so that if it doesn’t have a particular item it can be sent overnight from another warehouse.
 
For Western Australia out of stock goods dispatched Tuesday from the main warehouse in Melbourne can be delivered the following Friday. And goods dispatched on Friday are delivered on Monday.
 
Global Spill Control is able to maintain its 24-hour delivery policy as the majority of its products are Australian Made. It does not rely on imported products.
 
That means it is not affected by delayed ships, wharf strikes or stock shortages due to miscalculations in purchasing finished-goods from overseas suppliers.
 
And 98 percent of all products are manufactured in-house with materials sourced from established and reliable Australian companies.
 
Global Spill Control Pty Ltd
Ph: 1300 557 774 (SPILLS)

 

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