Italian bollards and barriers company makes a debut in Australia

Arthur Seiler leads STOMMPY in Australia.

Italian impact safety systems producer, Stommpy has entered the Australian market, with safety systems already implemented in facilities across Queensland and Victoria. A producer of Impact Safety Systems for industrial application,Stommpy has long been a leader of bollards and barriers for facilities across Europe, UK and USA.

Stommpy supplies its safety systems globally in  industry sectors ranging from food and beverage to large-scale retail trade, pharmaceutics and hospital, automotive, logistics and transport.

Arthur Seiler leads Stommpy in Australia. He said: “Being a project manager, I always have safety at the forefront of my mind. To be able to provide a solution to the Australian market that is not only superior in technological advancements but that will make a difference to the safety of any facility brings me great pride.”

“I’m also aware that any replacements required due to defined impacts, won’t damage the concrete and makes for a much easier repair than other options. Stommpy is thorough in their testing efforts and I get a kick out of watching the thrilling test videos,” he said.

There has been an uptake of bollard and barrier installations in high-hygiene facilities, such as food processing facilities due to its compliance to hygienic food safety standards and because in the case of fire, the materials do not emit toxic gases.

“We are delighted to say that it has been a very successful year for Stommpy,” said Marco Charini, generalmanager of Stommpy in Italy. “We have opened offices in Poland and Germany and it makes us particularly satisfied that the International team is growing and gaining strength.”

“The Australian team has started just recently, and we are so excited to be able to bring Stommpy products to Australia! Moreover, they have already created their own network of reliable distributors.”

STOMMPY offers a broad range of products that can improve passive safety within facilities and reduce the high costs of workplace accidents and infrastructural damage.

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