Berry Systems’ ability to deliver a single-source solution for safety barrier systems and industrial products is putting it on track with its planned market penetration.

The Wolverhampton-based company, which is part of major infrastructure products group HS Holdings plc, has tapped into a growing desire from customers for a bespoke service that places consultancy and project management at its heart.

Its team of expert designers and installers has worked with a number of warehouse and logistics specialists to identify the safety requirements of all personnel on site, as well as providing protection for stock, machinery, vehicles and the frame of the buildings.

Clients can then access Berry Systems extensive range, including bollards, access control systems, column protection units, pedestrian railing and, more recently, deck floor coatings.

Due to its extensive manufacturing capability in the West Midlands, these can all be tailored to suit specific requirements.

Mark Robbins, Sales and Estimating Manager at Berry Systems, commented: “We are ‘more than just barriers’ and this change in message – to showcase all of our services and products – is definitely paying dividends.

“Once a warehouse or logistics hub has been built or needs refurbishing, we can come in and take control of all of your safety product requirements and also secondary steelwork, including staircases, access platforms and walkways.”

He continued: “Our customers like the way we take care of everything, leaving them free to get on with what they do best. The fact we make our products aesthetically appealing is also a big plus, not to mention our commitment to testing all of our vehicle restraint systems in accordance with EN1991-1-1.”

Established in 1974, Berry Systems is targeting international expansion and maximising existing distribution agreements in Australia, Belgium, France, Ireland, Germany, Netherlands, Norway, Spain and Sweden.


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