Pacific Automation expands to NSW
Pacific Automation has announced it has expanded to NSW, opening an office in Arndell Park in Western Sydney.
The company says comprehensive product ranges are on offer from a wide range of suppliers including Advantech, Ampcontrol, New Macey, Raytec, Luminetic, Rechner, Thermon and Lumel.
Core products will be held in high stock levels, which means customers are never left facing downtime for common items.
“Pacific Automation has been focused on building our east coast presence for some time now,” CEO Steve Armstrong said. “We’re excited to be opening our third Australian business unit in New South Wales.
“Our goal is to support Australian industry. We help our customers work efficiently and most importantly, work safely.”
With the launch of the Arndell Park office and warehouse, customers in Sydney and New South Wales can now receive more prompt, responsive customer service, and a faster fulfilment from a local dispatch centre.
“Pacific Automation have always been all about helping our customers,” Armstrong said. “We are doing our best to provide value across Australia. We’re here to support you, whether that’s with a datasheet, help with product selection, hazardous area certifications or a site visit to solve a problem.”
Pacific Automation first opened its doors in Perth in 1969, and has since expanded interstate to Queensland, Victoria and New South Wales.
Originally a distributor of Kraus & Naimer electrical switches, the company’s product portfolio has adapted and grown, forming close partnerships with well-known brands in the fields of electrical manufacturing and industrial automation.
Based in Sydney, NSW Manager Peter Hudson is backed up by Business Development Manager John Wallekers. Hudson said Pacific Automation was confident in the quality of its solutions.
“We’re not in the shortcuts business,” he said. “We like working closely with our customers. Whether it’s a one-off product or a long-term solution, we offer maximum reliability, timely delivery and great support.”
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