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    Laminex : Focused on rebuilding effort in wake of Queensland flood crisis

    Laminex

    In the wake of the unexpected and unprecedented flood crisis, Laminex has turned its focus to the significant task of rebuilding.

    Their thoughts are with all those who have experienced great loss as a result of the recent flood emergency in Queensland and similar flood events across the eastern seaboard.

    There are countless communities affected and they have made it their priority to work with their customers in the important task of rebuilding businesses and communities.

    According to Laminex, the majority of enquiries from customers in the flood-affected areas have been focused on product supply as communities start the clean up in a bid to move on from this crisis.

    Laminex is doing everything within their control to make sure products reach their customers to help get Queensland back on its feet. Customers should also be assured that their production plants are fully operational.

    Laminex are working closely with suppliers and transport companies nationwide to ensure adequate supply of raw materials to plants and increasing stocks in the distribution centres and the branch network to cater for customer requirements. They are confident that any disruptions to supply will be minimal.

    With safety a primary concern for Laminex, the business is pleased to report that all staff and contractors in the flood-affected areas remain safe and that there has been no loss or damage to its plants and branches.

    The Laminex encourages all Australians who wish to provide financial assistance to do so via the Premier's Flood Relief Appeal.

    Laminex looks forward to working with their customers in the QLD recovery program.

    Customers should contact their local Branch for any questions regarding product supply and availability.

    Laminex is distributor and manufacturer of premium decorative surfaces throughout Australia and New Zealand.

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