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Always Supporting - Vision Australia

Signet’s customers throughout Australia know that the company makes a big effort to connect with them in a personalised and relevant way. As well as direct communication and targeted offers, we try to make sure that our customers are constantly aware that we have a wide range of products to suit their specific industry type.

Two ways that we communicate our range and our ‘Always’ statements is by sending out industry specific Welcome Packs to new customers, and targeted Sample Packs to showcase specific products. These packs are put together especially for Signet’s customers and are representative of the company’s values and brand.



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“Because some of the products are manufactured by us or sourced locally, we needed an Australian organisation that could put these packs together accurately and on demand,” states Signet’s General Manager, John King. “The service provider needed to be able to manage our requirement for small run flexibilty whilst being mindful of our need to keep costs down.”

Signet approached a number of organisations to quote on the provision of hand-line fulfillment services and was very happy with service and competitive pricing. Vision Australia’s team understood how we needed the job done.

Vision Australia is the leading provider of blindness and low vision services in Australia. The organisation works in positive partnership with Australians who are blind or have low vision to help achieve the possibilities they choose in life. The commercial divisions of Vision Australia use in-house expertise and staff to provide a range of high quality commercial services and products to Government, the business community, and service groups.

Signet is very happy that the work in projects like this assists the team at Vision Australia to provide self-sustainable employment and training programs to vision impaired individuals. The two organisations are now looking at further ways to work together in the near future.

“There are more than 300,000 Australians who are blind or have low vision and this figure is expected to double by 2021,” said Matt Keliher of Vision Australia. “This means we are experiencing a huge increase in the need for Vision Australia’s services and are very keen to work with the business sector in mutually beneficial ways.”

Vision Australia provides niche supply chain services including a complete storage, warehousing and distribution service along with full communication and online accessibility services and products. Check out the Vision Australia website at www.visionaustralia.org or call them on 1300 84 74 66

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