Friday, July 5, 2013

Supply Chain Infrastructure Group Sign Up Qatar Agent for Racking and Mezzanine Distribution

RediGroup Push Product into Middle East
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UK – QATAR – Pallet racking specialists RediRack has signed a distribution agreement with Qatar-based Darwish Trading Company. The agreement will see Darwish take on responsibility for the sale, installation and on-going maintenance support of RediRack’s range of adjustable frame and beam racking as well as RediFloor’s mezzanine floor and steel structures across Qatar and elsewhere in the Gulf region. RediRack and RediFloor are part of the RediGroup of companies and the five sectors covered by the umbrella company aim to offer a single contact point for anyone wishing to develop any facet of the supply chain infrastructure when in a build environment. Andrew Forsythe, RediGroup Chief Executive Officer, commented:

“We are delighted to be working with Darwish Trading. RediRack has been one of the UK and Europe’s most popular storage systems manufacturers and suppliers for almost 40 years and our agreement with Darwish will enable us to bring the RediRack product offering to the expanding market in Qatar and the rest of the Gulf region. It is an exciting opportunity for ourselves and Darwish.”

A representative from Darwish, Mahmoud Basri, said that the infrastructure and logistics sectors within Qatar are placed to witness an impressive growth in the next decade, adding that the company expects to capitalise on this growth with the RediGroup range of products, specifically pallet racking and mezzanine floors.

With RediBuild acting as project managers for any warehouse construction contract, RediTechniX specialising in automated stock retrieval systems and RediFit able to design and outfit almost any office or warehouse environment, the RediGroup seem to have covered all the bases and with this latest development proved that export markets are open to any company willing to adopt suitable overseas partners in order to extend and expand sales.

Photo: Andrew Forsythe stands before another RediRack installation.