Tadano establishes Sydney facility
The commitment of Tadano Oceania to the Australian market has been further re-stated with the establishment of a dedicated sales and service facility in Sydney, located at Glendenning with easy access to the M7 freeway the new facility will be headed up by crane industry veteran Graham Cooper.
“Establishing a dedicated Tadano office in Sydney is a part of the company’s natural progression into the Australian market,” said Cooper. “We service a large customer base from Sydney and now we can provide a professional sales and service operation that is commensurate with the Tadano brand.
“The market requested that we had a strong presence in Sydney and we have responded in a timely manner. We’re confident that the market will embrace and support our initial offering to enable it to grow quickly.”
The new Tadano branch office is located at 51 Owen Street, Glendenning. The brand new complex has excellent access with off street parking for both cranes and visitors, being so close to the M7 Freeway the new office is an easy 45 minute drive from Sydney airport.
Within the Tadano complex are well equipped administration and meeting facilities, undercover crane storage and workshops. There is also room for further expansion.
Tadano is a world leader in the crane industry. The Tadano range includes All Terrain cranes, Truck cranes, Rough Terrain cranes and Tadano Mantis Telescopic Boom Hydraulic Crawler cranes.
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