From a showroom in Sydney’s Mascot to the rest of Australia, Krost Furniture have grown from strength to strength.
July 26th, 2011
What does your company supply?
Krost supplies a full selection of office furniture. From workstations to executive offices, office seating, storage solutions, conference/training furniture and reception furniture.
How did the company start?
Krost began with a showroom in Mascot, Sydney in 1989 by brothers Colin and Steve Krost. It has continued as a dynamic family owned business, moving to a state-of-the-art showroom in St Peters and expanding our warehousing and manufacturing operations with separate sites in the surrounding area.
Where do you distribute?
Describe your customers.
Architects, designers, project managers and builders with a focus toward project-based work.
What sets your company apart?
We go above and beyond to make sure that every project is completed on time, within budget, extremely efficiently and to the highest levels of quality control.
What are your clients’ priorities at the moment?
Completing projects according to rigorous deadlines and providing workstation systems that can handle all the specific requirements for any given and different workspace, such as adaptable integrated cable management systems.
What is good design to you?
Functional, scalable, durable and of course aesthetically pleasing.
What does the future hold?
To adapt to more exact job roles and hence more specific furniture requirements will be crucial in the medium to long term. We’ve vertically integrated our supply chain to meet these more exact definitions of what a worker needs to get the job done most effectively.
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