Bis Australia by Shelly Holland.

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Working with the commercial sector to assist customers' needs in meeting environmental and sustainable policies by reducing the reliance on plastic.

Over two years ago we started developing a line of products for the offshore oil & gas industry to assist with their environmental footprint and reduce overheads, they were released four months ago and we are now exporting to three countries as we are the only manufacture in the world engineering chemical sachets to heavy commercial/industrial standards, that shows the drive companies have to to reduce their environmental footprint.

To get industries to change we must approach it from all sides, companies want to do the sustainable thing but if the alternatives go against the budget, quality standards or not up to the same health and safety targets, they will be reluctant to take it on.

When developing solutions it is imperative to ensure each of these ideals are taken on board.

What are we as a company doing to create change?

Quality – It is beyond reproach and we meet all industry standards.
Environment – This is our core driving factor, removing the plastic from the supply chain.
Cost – This is a big driver, not only do we produce to the highest of standards, we often do this for a lower cost than what they are currently procuring.
OH&S – By encapsulating a set dosage there is no longer a need to decant, no overdosing, no chemical spills, no storage of bulk chemicals, no mixing of chemicals and no more heaving lifting of bulk containers.
Warehouse – We have reduced the storage capacity by 80%
Logistics – Reduces the cost of logistics by 97%

Many companies struggle to introduce change as often they must go up against something that is detrimental to the business, we need to address these and ensure the solutions we put forward are for the benefit of the company as a whole, by doing this we can ensure uptake is quick and change is now.