Shop Profile: Griot’s Garage Turns to Platt & LaBonia for Signature Garage Cabinets

Shop Profile: Griot’s Garage Turns to Platt & LaBonia for Signature Garage Cabinets

Griot’s Garage wanted a garage cabinet system, so they turned to Platt & LaBonia Company to manufacture their signature flat red tool and accessory cabinets.

When nationally known car care products manufacturer and supplier Griot’s Garage wanted a garage cabinet system to provide Texas-based custom car outfitter Hennessey Performance Engineering, they turned to Platt & LaBonia Company to manufacture their signature flat red tool and accessory cabinets.

“Griot’s Garage initially approached us last year and asked for a heavy-duty two door mountable tool cabinet,” said Platt & LaBonia Company Sales and Marketing Manager Peter Corrado. “Over time, as the product became accepted by their customers, they expanded their product line to include a heavy duty one door cabinet, an eight-bin cabinet, a tip-out cabinet and two different rolling bases. It has really been a winning relationship since the very start. All our products are finished in Griot’s Garage signature flat enameled red paint and with appropriate hardware. Griot’s Garage is very happy with our service, turnaround times and the products we offer.”

Corrado continued, “We were very happy to hear that they outfitted the Hennessey Performance Engineering’s garage with Griot’s Garage cabinets we manufactured. HPE is known throughout the custom automotive world as a world-class high-performance company. Partnering with Griot’s Garage is an excellent strategy. Griot’s provides their world class performance car care products and our high-performance tool cabinets.”

Link: Platt & LaBonia Company

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