Maintaining a strong focus on customer relations and ensuring our customers requirements are met on time and on budget, Frontier Cement Supplies strives on offering our clients the most efficient and cost effective service possible.
With this approach, Frontier Cement have been awarded and carried out a myriad of small and large projects within the Northern Territory and Western Australia, providing both cementicious product and logistical support to our clients. Operating a fleet designed and built to withstand the demands of the wider outback regions of WA and the NT, sound operational management and Logistical organisation, remains Frontier Cement's greatest asset.
Importing all product into our warehousing facilities in bulk bag form and equipped with specialised custom made de-bagging and re-bagging facilites ensures we are able to meet specific project delivery requirements with little fuss. Providing the opportunity for our clients to order specifcally bagged cement from 250kg through to 2t to suit those remote concreting requirements out beyond the black stump, is another service which we are proud to provide.
Operating a fleet of 18 bulk pressure vessels and prime movers within our business, enables us to provide a supply and delivery promise to our customers that is efficient, reliable and most importantly on time. With an effective operational approach in mind at all times, our managing and operating personnel maintain a strong vision of working synergy's with our customers in creating fluent operations that work to maximise delivery and product efficiencies.
Maintaining an array of storage and onsite pneumatic pressure equipment solutions, is an additional service which we offer to our customers in providing storage solutions for larger project requirements and forecasted product usage. Whether it be remote stabilisation projects requiring storage vessels to be trailer mounted for constant mobilisation or long term placement of storage silos, we will endevour to offer viable solutions to any project. Some of the equipment on hand includes: