Kinder Australia announces a new logo. The recognisable red “K” is now standing out in front of the word KINDER and “EXPERIENCE INNOVATION PRODUCTIVITY” as the business’s new slogan. “We believe that this change better reflects our business vision and passion. We aim to continue as a leader in the provision of beyond expectation, high performance, longer lasting, reliable and compliant conveyor componentry and material flow products,” comments Neil Kinder, founder and CEO of Kinder Australia Pty Ltd.
A leader in the bulk materials handling industry for over 30 years, Kinder Australia is unique in that it is still successfully family owned and operated. The business has a strong Australian focus on creating real measurable productivity gains through engineered operational improvements to existing transfer points, material flow and conveyor systems. The purpose of the engineered solutions is to resolve the immediate problem effectively, and create opportunities for further measurable gains by improving the overall performance of production assets, as well as reducing shutdown time and labour resources.
The business’s reputation for providing excellent customer service has reached a wide variety of Australian industries including; grain, sugar, salt, timber, coal, iron ore, zinc, gold, phosphate and other quarried products. Monitoring order fulfilment and turnaround times (Kinder Australia’s KPI statistics confirm that 98% of orders received are dispatched same day or next day) are a key driver and the accreditation of ISO 9001 sets international benchmark standards that need to be maintained.
Neil Kinder concludes:
“We are very committed to our ISO 9001 status. Any new business coming to Kinder can be assured that our processes are externally audited on a regular basis, and continually analysed so that improvements can be realised. It is much the same with our product range. We make sure that they are sourced from the best that the world has to offer, and we make them available to the Australian market only if we know that are engineered to innovate and improve operational productivity.”