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ICONIC STORAGE BRAND SET FOR AUSTRALIAN LAUNCH

21-08-2017
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Storage from Shuter

An iconic Taiwanese brand in storage solutions is on its way to Australia. Shuter Enterprise Co will introduce itself to the Australian market with a series of conferences during October.

Shuter was founded in 1969, and over the years has developed a strong reputation for high-quality engineering and manufacturing, combined with aesthetic design. These attributes have seen the company’s storage solutions find global acceptance in applications from the factory floor to the front office. And now the range extends to stationery and the home, with the Livinbox brand of domestic storage products.

The product is broad, and includes industrial sorting containers, tool storage, workstations, office furniture and cabinets and stationery organisers. All the company’s products are designed from the user’s point of view, by finding the simplest way to build an ideal home for objects.

Shuter has been particularly successful in developing high quality products that combine its manufacturing expertise in both metals and plastics. For example, the ST series of professional steel cabinets are constructed using high-quality galvanised steel, high impact PP or ABS drawers, along with its innovative multi-material combinations.

With more than 100 different cabinet designs combined with no fewer than 27 different types of drawers, the company reckons it can cover every user’s needs.

All Shuter storage solutions have the strength to carry heavy-duty repair tools or auto parts, and lockable casters make transportation safe and easy. And the modular design ensures that cabinets can be stacked as required to help users manage their workspaces efficiently.

The Shuter range will be introduced to the Australian market with a series of conferences, beginning in Parramatta on 13th October 2017, then in Melbourne on 16th October, and concluding in Brisbane on 19th October.

Shuter Enterprise Co
+886 4 2335 8800
www.theshuter.com

 

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