Space saving solutions from Leber


In today’s demanding marketplace manufacturers need to achieve maximum efficiency and productivity from their factory operations.

Leber understand these demands and have developed a number of space saving solutions that have been welcomed by the industry.

“Leber installed a 500sqm mezzanine floor and long span shelving for us and allowed us to continue operating whilst they completed the work, says Dennis Darcy from McCalls Patterns.

“They said we would have no more than two days of lost productivity during the project – it only ended up being two thirds of a day.”

Leber’s professional design team can assist companies to achieve better productivity and increased efficiencies while potentially doubling their work area with a mezzanine floor solution.

Consolidate business operations and reduce costs by focusing on cubic metres instead of square metres.

Leber will first evaluate your operational requirements and then design, manufacture and install a flooring system with minimum disruption to your current workflow.

A Leber mezzanine floor is a freestanding, fully removable system which is not reliant on the structure of your existing building for support.

Leber recently moved into new, larger premises at 3 St James Place, Seven Hills.

This move, together with new branding and a new website at:, has enabled Leber to better position itself as a market leader in quality storage solutions.

Whether you’re looking for more space or more storage Leber can design and develop a solution that will be cost effective and built around minimum disruption to your operations.

Ph: 1300 725 160

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