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PILZ Australia is on the move

31-05-2011
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After 10 years at its current location in Clayton, Victoria, Pilz Australia has re-located its head office to accommodate continued growth.

The new location at the Hallmarc Business Park in Clayton provides expanded office space for a growing team of Safety Engineers and support staff.

The new facility has more than 100 sqm of dedicated warehousing for logistic support of a constantly expanding inventory of machinery safety products. This new warehouse will enhance product supply and delivery.

The new offices also house dedicated space for “Machine Safe” training staff and it is planned to eventually hold in-house Machine Safe Training courses.

“The new premises nearly doubles our previous office space and allows us to enhance services to our clients,” said Pilz CEO Don Gherashe. 

Phone numbers remain the same to minimise disruption with existing clients.

The new address is: Unit D7 Hallmarc Business Park, Cnr Westall & Centre Roads, Clayton, Victoria.

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