The hydraulic hose, fittings and solutions company Hydraulink has opened a facility in Newman, Western Australia, to service mining, oil and gas construction, as well as commercial and industrial infrastructure development in the Pilbara region.
The hydraulic hose, fittings and solutions company Hydraulink has opened a facility in Newman, Western Australia, to service mining, oil and gas construction, as well as commercial and industrial infrastructure development in the Pilbara.
The new franchise – the latest of more than 240 hydraulic hose service points throughout Australia – is led by Kevin Ormond, who has forged engineering and service links with companies throughout Western Australia over more than a decade, including some of the State’s largest miners.
“We saw a strong place in the market for a service-oriented hydraulic solutions provider with the local facilities to ensure customer equipment uptime is optimised and costly equipment is back in service rapidly,” said Ormond.
The new branch some 1250 km north of Perth will focus on the needs of businesses in the region, including iron ore, oil and gas, infrastructure development and civil, pastoral, industrial and materials handling machinery to which hydraulics are integral.
“With the sustained surge in construction development in the Pilbara – involving multiple resources, such as iron ore, lithium, potash and oil and gas, among others – we are well positioned to ensure our customers get the products and services they need, when and where they need them,’ commented Ormond.
Read the article online at: https://www.globalminingreview.com/exploration-development/13012020/hydraulink-group-opens-branch-in-western-australia/
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