Visual communications solutions will support office equipment reseller growth

Office equipment resellers will be tapping further into the industrial workplace visual communications, impact protection, waste segregation and products to improve the efficiency, safety, and sustainability of the modern workspace in 2022, according to Chris Bevis, Business Development Manager at Beaverswood.

These products will create new opportunities to support growth and drive sales for the office dealers and he anticipates the UK market staying ‘buoyant’ in the next 12 months as the economy continues to recover from COVID.

The next few months will also see more people returning to the office workplace, either on a hybrid or full-time basis, as the impact of COVID restrictions continues to ease. In turn, this sees employers investing in brand-new health and safety and facilities management solutions or at the very least, upgrading existing products as part of their own growth and investment plans.

Demand for cost-effective products such as signage, ticket holders, racking documentation and waste management systems, which deliver improved safety performance and efficiencies, will surge not only in the UK but across Europe as these category ranges are increasingly specified to meet requirements for the latest options.

Chris added, “people and property must be protected but as companies run out of space, they need to find ways to work even smarter and create extra space while keeping their workers, vehicles and property safe. This is critical for most sectors of the economy, so we will see new product categories launched in 2022 to support fast-paced industries and provide the requisite solutions.”

The company sees the trend among logistics and distribution centre operators for added value solutions continuing over the next 12 months, particularly as increased operator investment in larger and heavier duty beams to accommodate ever busier warehouses will remain strong.

With billions being invested in UK warehouse and storage facilities, the need to maintain continued best practices around health and safety is constantly evolving distribution and fulfilment environments remains paramount.

With high-quality, high-performance products continuing to be at the forefront of design and building regulations, there will be ‘discernible’ growth for visual communications products.

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