KAPOK 88 - the ‘go to’ people for padded protective drapes
Whether you manage a large complex or specialist relocations, co-ordinate daily bulky deliveries, or are accountable for building services, protecting the image of a property and its assets such as the elevators is paramount.
First impressions truly count, so delivering a consistent high quality customer experience is a given. An elevator within your property which frankly lets the side down due to scratches, dents or broken mirrors is, I imagine, not an image you want to purvey to your customers. Neither is being faced with a repair that can easily cost into the thousands.
With more than a billion elevator journeys being made over the world every day, transporting goods, people & furniture multiple times a day the chances of accidental damage, dare I say, is high - and with technology developments in elevator interiors such user interfaces to inform, entertain and engage the riders attention, the need to protect that investment becomes ever more.
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28 Feb 2018