NHP combines local expertise and a range of innovative products from global partners to deliver integrated, value-add solutions designed to optimise your operations. To further enhance its established product portfolio, NHP is pleased to officially announce the recent partnership with leading global brand, Axelent.

Axelent’s Sales Director, Drew Hoxey, said, “After seven years in the Australian market, the partnership with NHP gives us relevant expertise and certified personnel which will take the Axelent business to the next stage of growth in Australia.”

This partnership means NHP now has the distribution rights to Axelent’s safety fencing solution (X-Guard) and cable tray products (X-Tray). Compliant to local industry requirements, this range will provide a complete and comprehensive solution for customers seeking to integrate safe and secure practice into their applications.

NHP’s Product Marketing Manager – Safety, Sensing and Signalling, Rohan Pandit, said, “Complementing NHP’s existing suite of safety products, this partnership unlocks NHP as a one stop shop for safety on the plant floor, offering a customised solution tailored to suit any operation. Providing customers the capability to improve operational performance is a constant priority for NHP and this range from Axelent delivers on this promise.”

Not only does the Swedish manufactured Axelent range increase the performance of an operation, but it also features simple and quick assembly, aesthetic design, easy integration, and a flexible and scalable solution. This balance of reliable performance and seamless installation assures no compromise or hindrance to processes, heightening overall protection of equipment and personnel.

NHP is proud to partner with Axelent, equipping the industry with unrivaled, flexible and complete solutions enabling you the agility to customise products, all of which are designed in accordance to local specifications.

This partner solutions is brought to you by NHP. For more information or to enquire about the Axelent offering from NHP, please visit nhp.com.au/more/axelent.

Jessica Dickers is an experienced journalist, editor and content creator who is currently the Editor of Utility’s sister publication, Infrastructure. With a strong writing background, Jessica has experience in journalism, editing, print production, content marketing, event program creation, PR and editorial management. Her favourite part of her role as editor is collaborating with the sector to put together the best industry-leading content for the audience.

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