Kunststoff-Handels-Gesellschaft mbH (KHG) has been a wholesale trading company of plastics and civil engineering products since 1982. With its comprehensive range of products, KHG meets the needs of construction firms and supply companies and also works closely with the chemical industry and plant engineering and equipment sector. For over 37 years, SIMONA and KHG have worked in close partnership with each other and that bond continues to grow.
The quality, reliability and ability of SIMONA to deliver are what set it apart from other manufacturers. In the industrial sector, SIMONA is one of our three key partners.
How would you describe SIMONA in a nutshell?
As a long-term, reliable partner.
How do you know SIMONA?
Ever since we set up the company in 1982, SIMONA and KHG have worked for over 37 years in a close partnership that has steadily grown and continues to do so.
What does the SIMONA brand stand for?
SIMONA stands for quality. We have a high-quality partner in SIMONA and a company able to cover the entire product spectrum, from fittings and pipes to semi-finished products. And we can rely on SIMONA. You see, the lowest price is not everything – with SIMONA, the entire cooperation works fine from order processing and after-sales service to the excellent logistics system.
What added value do our products and services give you?
We are a big user of SIMONA services – the delivery service is excellent – a SIMONA truck pulls up at our premises almost every day. Your ability and willingness to deliver and the degree of market penetration are key strengths for us.
What challenges do our products solve for your company?
SIMONA covers the entire spectrum of our needs – in civil engineering, supply and industry terms. This opens up greater opportunities for us in the commercial property sector. Sometimes our paths cross when it comes to the bigger projects, but we have always managed to find a solution in the spirit of partnership.
What do you hope for from SIMONA in the future?
SIMONA has continued to develop over the past few years as a company with different product lines but a “one-face-to-the-customer” approach. The company should stick to this policy. Digitalisation has led to ever-increasing demands for automated provisioning, sharing of product data and traceability of components. There is also a need for platform solutions when it comes to provision of digital tools.