Coming soon...

Recently returned from visiting parent company Kaishan’s major manufacturing and research facility in China, Mark Ferguson, CEO of Southern Cross Compressors (Australia) is excited at the fact that the company is setting the pace in advanced global compressed air technologies.

Already one of the world’s largest manufacturers of quality, industrial air compressors, Kaishan and its global group companies including LMF Austria, Kaishan Technologies USA and Southern Cross in Australia are determined to maintain the viability of compressed air as a convenient and effective power source for industry throughout the world.

Says Ferguson: “After observing the huge investment on research and development that Kaishan and our group companies around the world are devoting to continual improvement in machinery efficiency and durability with a high priority to manufacturing the most energy efficient and environmentally effective compressors available, I am totally convinced that we at Southern Cross are offering the best and most advanced products on the world market today.”

“Whilst our current range of compressors is already state of the art, we will soon be introducing revolutionary compressed air technology to Australian industry that will establish Southern Cross as market leaders in this country for years to come,” adds Ferguson. “More compact, low energy intake for air power output than ever before thought possible… watch this space!”

Southern Cross Compressors (Australia)
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