Graph-Pak relocates to larger premises in Erskine Park

Graph-Pak has relocated to larger premises, offering 2,000sqm of pallet racking space, in Erskine Park, which managing director Tom Ralph says will enable the company to grow.

The bigger premises will allow Graph-Pak to grow

“It’s a brand-new facility in a growing, moving part of New South Wales – Erskine Park is a booming suburb with well-developed services for couriers and Interstate transport which suits us to the ground,” he said.

“We moved last week and were settled in by Tuesday, and as you can see from the images, everyone is all smiles. We had outgrown our last place and this one gives us room to breathe,” Ralph, said, confirming that the 2000sqm of rack space gives the company “endless amounts of practically”. 

The new facility is only 15 minutes away from Graph-Pak’s previous premises, which will be convenient for its customers.

“We have the ability to do whatever we want with it and have some plans to team up with other consumable businesses, especially in the area of glues and tapes. We are also looking to expand our laminating film business, which grows up to seven per cent every year,” Ralph added.

Happy with the new location: Graph-Pak director Wayne Noyes
with managing director Tom Ralph
Graph-Pak moved to the new premises last week and have settled in quickly
The new facility has 2000sqm of rack space

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