Despite the challenging economic climate, many of Dolphin Bay’s clients have beaten the odds, while others have managed to expand their already successful business ventures.
Optimal service delivery drives our business. When we see our clients thriving, it motivates us to commit to providing an even better service. Here are a few of the success stories.
Six years ago, Dolphin Bay partnered with Low’s Creek Treated Timber. Since then, the company has grown into a major producer of treated wooden poles in South Africa and the rest of Africa. Low’s Creek Financial Manager Anton Klackers said, “Our initial CCA treatment plant has been so busy that we have had to build another.”
This has been a good year for construction company SpecPipe, which is based on the West Rand. SpecPipe started out as a structural manufacturing company and grew the business by building timber treatment plants. SpecPipe’s Dick Kotze said, “We really value our excellent working relationship with Dolphin Bay.” This year SpecPipe had orders to build six treatment plants.
Swazi Poles opened a second plant due to the influx of orders. The Swaziland-based company specialises in the manufacture and distribution of treated timber.
Timboard Unlimited, a timber supplier, acquired a new chemical treatment plant this year. Co-owner Gary Fourie approached Dolphin Bay for assistance to start a treatment facility and said that having his own treatment facility has saved him time and money. “A special thanks to Dolphin Bay staff for helping us turn an idea into reality,” said Gary.
As the year draws to a close, we would like to take this opportunity to thank our clients for their business and we pledge to continue providing all our customers with the best products and optimum service.