Ancon Sydney's Business Expansion
Ancon’s Sydney operations expand to service increased customer demand nationwide and meet the company’s exciting growth plans
On 19th May 2014, the Ancon head office and main manufacturing and warehousing facilities relocated just down the road from its previous location to:
98 Kurrajong Avenue
Our telephone numbers and email addresses are unchanged.
The impressive new facility is double the size of the previous Ancon site, enabling us to store more raw materials, operate improved workflows and hold more finished stock than ever before.
These benefits will quickly enhance the service we offer to customers nationwide and will allow us to respond more effectively to further increases in demand. We are now well positioned to meet future market growth and challenging project requirements.
Jon Bond, Managing Director of Ancon’s operations in Australia and New Zealand, said,
“The new premises in New South Wales are considerably larger than our previous unit where we had reached capacity following a sustained period of business growth.”
“The new site represents a significant corporate investment which we are confident will deliver exceptional results as it has been designed with our customers and employees in mind. These are exciting times for the business. This new facility will allow us to continue to grow, evolve and innovate.”
The move was well planned in advance to limit any service issues, with the close proximity to our previous site simplifying logistics and minimising any travel disruption to our team.
Employees are now enjoying the improved working environment which, as we grow, will continue to allow us to meet customer project needs on any scale, safely and efficiently.
The Sydney site is complemented by Ancon operations located in Brisbane, Melbourne and Perth.
Contact the Ancon team here.
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