On hand and on demand
OnLevel UK has invested in its stock holding following customer demand and positive first year of activity in the UK.
Due to the success of the SkyForce juliet balcony system and the TL range of frameless glass products, OnLevel has restructured its warehouse operation to cater for the increase in orders.
The investment in stock of the most popular profiles, handrails and accessories means lead times can be as short as 24 hours from order to delivery.
Gary Dean managing director of OnLevel, said: “Before I launched the business in the UK, I knew that location was key to be able to supply demand, that’s why I chose our home in Manchester – the warehouse is based in Ashton-under-Lyne next to the M60. With our additional sales and training support offices were able to service the UK market quickly and efficiently.
“We have a 5,000ft2 warehouse that is always busy and filling quickly. But It’s vital that we provide our clients with a speedy turnaround from order placement, through to delivery with products in from stock.”
OnLevel has also announced that due to increased demand and the planned launched of several new products later this year the company has doubled its stand size at the Build Show at the NEC in October.
“UK Construction Week is a very important event, and the Door, Window and Glazing section of the Build Show is growing in size and importance as a launch event for innovation,” Gary said.
“OnLevel is all about innovation. We are not a trader of reworked old ideas and products, we stand for pushing the envelope and reinventing the ordinary. The timing of UK Construction Week ties in well with two important product launches we have planned for later this year and will provide a fantastic showcase opportunity for these. Meeting more of the architects, specifiers and contractors is our preferred marketing method because this way we can bring to life both our products and our company philosophy through direct interaction.”