Why are LLENTAB customers satisfied and why do they repeatedly build production facilities with us?
We are able to combine requirements on terms, prices and quality. We listen carefully to customer needs during our standardized 10-step process of realising their production building, i.e. from the first contact to the final handover of the completed building. Moreover, the handover of the building is not usually the last part of the cooperation. All projects are kept in our database; that’s why we can react quickly when customers later want, for example, to insulate the building or change the layout. With more than 10,000 completed buildings, we know that additional requirements will probably come.
We strive not only for good long-term customer relationships but also for sustainability and environmentally-friendly production and practices. In addition to a personal approach, another foundation of our success is a thoughtful, efficient and flexible building system – for more details please see technical information and videos from production and assembly. We design an efficient building construction and recommend one of the types of wall and roof cladding. We understand and meet all customer requirements for production buildings. Check the feedback from our clients!
Client feedback after many years of cooperation
“I was surprised that everything fitted with an accuracy of one millimetre in a steel building that was 80 m long and 20 m wide, where each and every element is cut and perforated at the manufacturing stage – at least that’s what my colleague said. It was hard for me to believe, because I knew from my own experience that with such structures, sometimes a small mistake is enough to produce a chain of errors. The building was erected within two weeks, which was also a very important factor for me. Of course, we also considered proposals from other companies specializing in steel and brick buildings; however, LLENTAB’s offer was the most cost-effective and had the shortest completion period. I believe that experimenting with another company simply wouldn’t make sense.”