Early August, our Chair – Sue Boyce, had a visit from BDO Australia who conducted a case study on Everhard Industries. The discussion was centered around Everhard switching to BDO and how helpful they have been throughout navigating the challenges around COVID-19.
A snippet of the article is below –
Everhard Industries Pty Ltd has been supplying its goods and services since 1926. From humble beginnings making pre-cast concrete laundry tubs in Bulimba, this Queensland, family-owned manufacturer, importer and distributor of polymer and concrete products has grown nationally and internationally from its Brisbane head office. Its growth is built on strategic diversification, having expanded its tub range to polymer and stainless steel, while also evolving to include drainage and wastewater products used for residential, commercial and civil construction.
Since Everhard Industries switched to BDO, the leadership team has felt totally and continually supported. The organisation’s growth resulted in the need for an auditor who could remain at the forefront of reporting requirements, providing up-to-date and relevant financial information specific to a manufacturer. Since appointing the BDO team, led by Cameron Henry, Everhard Industries has not looked back.
Sue Boyce, Chair of Everhard Industries, has been consistently impressed with Cameron’s team and the add-on services BDO can offer. When the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic came to light, Sue, like many in the manufacturing industry, was initially concerned. Her workforce did not have the option to work from home and the launch of many products was delayed as customers and merchants dealt with their own organisational changes. Despite this, Everhard Industries’ commitment to remaining an Australian manufacturer known for its exceptional service, could not be derailed because, as Sue explains, “our customers were working hard regardless of the environment, and so would Everhard Industries.”
To read the full article: https://www.bdo.com.au/en-au/everhardindustries