Australasian market benefits from Jackpad portable foundations

Jackpad portable foundations shipped to Australasia

  • 8 Sep 2016

Jackpad has completed a distribution agreement with Jackpad Ply; as part of the exchange, its portable foundations for modular buildings will be introduced to the Australasian market.

Boasting years of experience in the Australian modular building industry, the directors of Jackpad Ply – Rod and Ryan Chapman – saw potential in the Jackpad system.

Portable foundations for modular buildings

The directors believe the Jackpad system has the capability to fulfil Australasia’s requirement for sustainable foundations; it has experienced success in the UK’s portable and modular building markets for the past 15 years.

The foundations, which offer both environmental and economic benefits, have already been specified for use in a Kids Under Cover project in Victoria.

Jackpad’s expansion into the Australasian market marks the first of several overseas opportunities, which it is currently pursuing.

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