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WELDING GROUP POISED FOR GROWTH AND EXPANSION

08-08-2019
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The Global Welding Technologies Group, a newly-formed consortium of leading welding industry professionals and strategic investors including Allweld Services, Global Welding Supplies and Australian Welding Solutions, has acquired Welding Equipment Sales and Service (WESS), an independent welding products and services provider in Adelaide. Established in 1982, the family owned and operated WESS is SA’s largest independent welding provider, offering sales, technical service and rental hire.

“The team at WESS is first class with extensive product and industry knowledge,” Global Welding Technologies Group Chairman and Managing Director David Wilton says. “Combining this with the leadership and experience of the new ownership will bring cutting-edge technologies and leading industry 4.0 solutions to the South Australian market.”

Peter Pisters, founder and owner of WESS says, “The acquisition by Global Welding Technologies Group is perfect for us. They are a highly talented group of executives and industry leaders with a wealth of global welding industry knowledge and experience, many of them I have known for years. With my continuing support, they will take the company to new heights and continue advancing WESS as the market leading, full-service provider to the welding industry in South Australia.”

Welding Equipment Sales and Service
08 8243 2200
wess.com.au/

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