Like any company serious about its ambitions, the team at Baxta often reflect not only on where we are headed but how we are going to get there.
From General Manager Bob Matthews down, we’ve been charged with building on a legacy that began in 2014 when Usher Group decided to create its own paint and will continue long after we’re gone.
And that’s a key factor our team keeps coming back to – Baxta is here to stay.
During the past four years, we have become a leading supplier of paint into the commercial tier-one marketplace, particularly in Queensland.
As a third-party manufacturer and specialist systems consultancy for paints, textures and render, we work with architects, builders and painting contractors who not only want the best but deserve it.
We ensure that building finishes, both interior and exterior, are correctly matched to the different substrates used throughout a project and the proof of that is on the more than 100 tier-one and tier-two construction projects we have completed in recent years.
Our paint is on buildings ranging from 20 to 98 stories, hospitals, shopping centres, retirement villages, entertainment precincts – the list goes on but it’s important to recognise this is just the beginning.
Our ambition is to be the go-to system supplier for all and we will achieve that goal by continuing to lead the way when it comes to the factors that ensure we are a trusted partner of our customers and the envy of our competitors.
From our commitment to staying up-to-date with technology and product developments in our field to adopting strict guidelines to ensure we comply with the highest environmental standards, people can buy our paint knowing no stone is being left unturned in our search for quality.
Having a premium product is only the first step though, with our excellent customer service and commitment to maintaining the highest work standards ensuring putting our clients at the centre of everything we do.
What we are doing now is a credit to where we have come from and, more importantly, the best indicator of where we are headed.