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TSS named Supplier of the Year 2012

31-08-2010
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TSS named Supplier of the Year 2012

 

Melbourne based manufacturing engineering company Transmission Supply and Service Company (TSS) has been named Supplier of the Year 2012 at the 7th annual Australian Bulk Handling Awards held recently in Sydney.
 
Accepting the award, TSS Sales Manager Kelvin Wilson congratulated past and present employees for their contribution and the industry for its support.
 
The award is in recognition of the benefits to industry by the company's range of DETEC Industrial Metal Detectors. 
 
The detectors have been installed in the resources industry throughout Australian and in over 20 countries worldwide.
 
TSS Company
Ph: 03 9702 4502 

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