SA’s furniture industry needs to stand together to create a viable future

By Justin Berry, Executive: Sales & Marketing at PG Bison

Communities Come Together at PG Bison’s Annual Ugie Knockout Cup

There were smiles all round at this year’s annual PG Bison Ugie Knockout Cup on 8 and 9 June, as community members from four towns came together for…

Jada’s Board Hyper Showroom Launch

PG Bison believes that supporting our clients is important, not only in building long-term relationships with them, but in helping them to serve their own customers better –…

Getting a Handle on Your Cabinetry Hardware

The handles you choose for your cabinets can affect the overall look and feel of a room, as can the way they are placed. Here are some tips…

The work triangle – a useful kitchen design tool

When designing your kitchen, it’s important not just to think about the colours and textures you want to incorporate, but also about a layout that will make working…

Out and About at Interzum

Interzum is one of the world’s leading trade fairs for furniture production and interior design. It is held in Cologne, Germany, every second year. PG Bison sent across…

Red Hot Design Inspiration: A Hotel for Modern Travellers

The Radisson RED hotel in Cape Town’s Silo Precinct takes a fresh approach to hospitality for modern travellers. Its self-service check-in counters, flexible communal spaces and pet-friendly principles…

PG Bison Supporting Community and Cricket

  Cricket players and fans in Knysna are enjoying the new PG Bison Oval at Abbotsfield, which opened earlier this year. Deon Kok, Sales and Marketing Manager, Thesen…

Office inspiration: New KAP Regional Offices

What better place to showcase the range and quality of PG Bison’s products than the interior of our parent company’s new regional office?   KAP Industrial Holdings’ new…

Trip of a Lifetime to Milan

  Navan Padayachee won first prize in the 2018 1.618 Education Initiative. His prize, along with his lecturer Sibusiso (Sbu) Sithole, from University of KwaZulu-Natal, was a trip…