March 2013: Dolphin Bay is reinvesting in the growth of client Low’s Creek to the tune of R250 000, after several years of an excellent business relationship.The reinvestment will pay for a structure to protect a treatment plant that is currently exposed to the elements in Nelspruit, where Low’s Creek is located.
“Low’s Creek has been a loyal customer for several years,” says Bertus. “We have come to know and understand their business very well, as they have come to know ours, and we want to invest in their growth.“This is one way in which we build win-win relationships that are transparent and endure over time.
”Low’s Creek is becoming one of the major treaters in the country, he says. “We look forward to further dealings with them and are excited about their further growth.”Low’s Creek Financial Manager Anton Klackers says the structure will speed up production, as all the elements of the plant will now be grouped under a single roof.
The structure will also protect the plant from the wet weather.“Our business relationship with Dolphin Bay had been very beneficial over the years,” he says. “They’ve got a unique way of doing business, which is helping us to expand and this, in turn, helps Dolphin Bay.“It is a mutually beneficial relationship.”