Here at Krost Shelving and Racking we believe in doing good deeds all the time. Part of our company culture is to provide the very best shelving, racking, and lockers to people.
We pride ourselves on being able to provide our clients with products that are durable and reliable, because these days, it can be hard to come by a company that conducts business the right way.
What is the right way? We believe that the right way is to supply people with products and services that they can rely on, and that will last them much longer than what they expected. We also believe that good service is an important part of this ethos, and we strive to attain these high standards each day and in every aspect of our business.
For example, our lockers are made to contain your valuable goods, no matter the size or the weight. We use high quality steel to manufacture these lockers, and they come in a variety of styles and sizes: from one- to six-door units, combi, archway, school, work wear, and equipment lockers. We even stock hostel lockers, which are notorious for needing to endure a great deal of abuse over several years. However, we are confident in our products, and each one that leaves our warehouse has our guarantee of quality on it.
Furthermore, our lockers have a special hinging system that is exclusive to the Krost products. They are designed to optimise ease of access, while retaining security and protection for goods. Similarly, they also come with a unique self-locking system.
This is just a small part of how we give to our clients, and although we offer our best to them each day, we believe in giving a little more on the 18th July each year, which is the internationally recognised day to remember and honour Nelson Mandela.
Every person in South Africa knows what Mandela Day is, and each year, more people are donating their time to this worthwhile cause.
In true Mandela style, people take 67 minutes out of their valuable time to volunteer and help those less fortunate than them.
This special day is now seeing its fourth year, and we hope that this year will be the biggest yet for Mandela Day, with more of us putting aside our time for just 67 minutes on the 18th July to help out our fellow South Africans.