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BATTERY SPECIALIST EXPANDS TO NEW HQ IN SW SYDNEY

04-05-2017
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Family-owned Australian battery specialist Master Instruments has completed its move to new larger premises in South Western Sydney.

The move from Marrickville to the new headquarters, in Sheridan Close, Milperra, gives the 75-year-old company ample space to build on its growing market share.

Master Instruments manufactures, imports and distributes Australia’s largest range of industrial and consumer primary and secondary batteries and battery packs. The new 5500m2 building houses battery manufacturing lines and packaging, engineering and tool shop, electronics laboratories, R&D, meter production and two warehouses, in addition to administration and sales.

According to Master Instruments MD Phil Dunn: “We have been actively seeking the right premises for years with no luck, and finding a IN1 General Industrial zoned facility close to rail, port and road infrastructure was challenging. We are confident that this is the right move for us and look forward to having the new facility up and fully functional by May 2017.”

Master Instruments
07 3387 7711
www.master-instruments.com.au

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