Phoenix Society and Bunkers

Bunkers have been working with the Phoenix Society for over 20 years now, developing a great relationship that works extremely well for both parties. The Phoenix Society was established in 1958 and exists to employ, train and develop people with disabilities to attain an improved quality of life. When you purchase from Bunkers, every product we manufacture will have some input from the Phoenix Society before it reaches you. At Bunkers we think this is a great way to contribute to the community that we’ve proudly been a part of for over 30 years.

The Phoenix Society has grown from humble beginnings in 1958, with just sixteen employees in Adelaide ‘s CBD to now training and employing over 800 people annually. With facilities now spread across five metropolitan and one regional base, Phoenix is seen as an industry leader in the provision of employment and services to people with disabilities.

It is this commitment to training as well as a significant expenditure into capital equipment that enable Phoenix to produce a large proportion of the technical work found in Bunkers components. Staff are well trained, knowledgeable and familiar with the Bunkers range. Sophisticated cutting, boring, routing and moulding machinery enable high quality components to be produced at volumes that promote cost effective products. Phoenix and Bunkers are using this technology at the forefront of manufacturing and combining it with our values of strength and quality of product that have built the Bunkers brand to what it is today. In a price driven market that is saturated with imported products of questionable quality, Bunkers together with Phoenix have maintained a competitive price point with our far superior Australian made bunk beds, cabinets and desks.

To learn more about the Phoenix Society head to www.phoenixsociety.com.au, or to see what Phoenix and Bunkers are achieving together you only need to visit your nearest Bunkers showroom.