Adam Furphy accepts award from WTIA President, Roger Griffiths

The Welding Technology Institute of Australia has named Shepparton-based Furphy Engineering as its Fabricator of the Year for 2017. The award was decided based on a range of business metrics including: innovation, quality assurance, market success, community engagement, health and safety, and commitment to the training and development of employees.

The company has a 150-year history of manufacturing in Australia, and today combines in-house design and engineering expertise with state-of-the-art equipment and a three-tiered QA/QC department to produce high-quality stainless-steel tanks for a range of Australian industries.

Receiving the award, Furphy Engineering MD, Adam Furphy said: “Our company motto of “Good, Better, Best” truly represents both our philosophy of continuous improvement and our commitment to delivering stainless-steel tanks that have been designed and built to the highest possible standards.

“We expend a great deal of energy to ensure that this claim can be made so it is particularly pleasing to be acknowledged with this prestigious award from a tremendously important institution such as the WTIA.”

Furphy Engineering
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