Manufacturer of premium drawer systems and workspace equipment Lista has landed a new £50,000 contract with premium Swiss watch brand Breitling.
The company was approached to install a 4000sqft workshop area as part of the current redevelopment and expansion of Breitling UK’s site in Tunbridge Wells.
Lista has established a bespoke range of drawer cabinets below its workshop benches at the site in an attempt to create a stylish and streamlined working area.
The drawer cabinets, which are used by a number of Swiss watch makers, seek to offer high-density storage of parts, tools and items of virtually any size and type, while being scalable enough to adapt to future requirements.
The cabinets also provide maximum weight-bearing capacity, tailored drawer organisation and productivity enhancing item handling and access.
Breitling UK after-sales service director Paul Young: “Lista’s cabinets set a high benchmark for the industry and are well known as the best quality storage solutions for our line of work. Since installation, they have enabled us to have a clearer overview of stock and made it faster and simpler for our technicians to find individual items”.
Lista UK general manager Adrian Byrne added: “We already work with Breitling in Switzerland and were pleased to be able to supply a tailored range of drawer systems to its UK site, to help make workshop operations more efficient.”
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