Over the past few weeks, both Progressive Enterprises and Foodstuffs have announced substantial investment in refurbishing their network of stores, in agreement with aesthetic criteria as well as sustainability and safety principles. In this constant quest for state-of-the-art features—be it the best lighting system, energy-efficient ovens or industrial doors—nothing can be left to chance.
With more than 23 years in the door industry, Ulti Group continues to grow as a leading provider of supermarket doors, dock equipment, and safety and protection systems. The benefits of choosing the right door include better hygienic conditions, lower energy expenditure and, importantly, a safer working environment. As any supermarket owner-operator or manager knows, in fact, wind blowing through a store can cause major issues and even affect chillers’ performance.
Some results are there to see. The company has recently worked with the new Wainoni Pak’nSave store, which chose 45mm thick swing doors for increased thermal protection and a high-speed crash-resistant PVC fabric door that helps in controlling temperature, dust, sound and wind.
“We offer free project specific CAD/Revit Drawings for industry applications which can be easily integrated into plans. Aside from that, we have a team of professionals who work closely with contractors to select the correct doors and equipment suitable for the application,” said Trent Simpkin, marketing manager, Ulti Group. “It’s important to us that our solutions not only meet site requirements but also stand the test of time.”