CAFCO Services

Certificated welding of pipe and structural steel using qualified welding procedures in carbon, stainless and duplex stainless steels.

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08/07/08 - Cafco Services has recently completed Greenhouse Gas Storage Pilot Project at Nirranda South in South-West Victoria.
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28/12/07 - CAFCO Services is an Australian company which is involved in the supply of fabrications and installations to a wide range of industries.
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31/01/07 - Founded in April 1993, Cafco Services is a privately owned fabrication and installation company providing reliable service with quality fabricated products and installations primarily for the oil, petrochemical and manufacturing industries.

Contact CAFCO Services

CAFCO Services (Head office) Update these details
Lot 38
Chester Rd
Altona
VIC 3018
Tel: 03 9315 9477
Fax: 03 9315 9544

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