Enerpac Australia has recently appointed Mr Phil Dorahy as the new National Sales Manager. Dorahy comes to Enerpac Australia with 20 years industrial product sales and marketing expertise and extensive business development experience.
Dorahy will complement Enerpac Australia and New Zealand Regional Manager Tony Brooks and specialist Vertical Market Managers in supporting Enerpac’s team of Territory Managers and network of distributors throughout Australia.
“Phil Dorahy is a highly experienced senior manager and team performance leader whose qualifications and practical experience will be invaluable in expanding Enerpac’s global market leadership in hydraulic high-force tools and technologies,” says Brooks.
“He will be responsible for expanding the Enerpac brand - built over 50 years in Australia on our high-pressure (700 bar) hydraulic expertise - into some of the world’s most advanced technologies to achieve the highest levels of productivity, cost-efficiency and safety,” adds Brooks.
Dorahy will be deeply involved in the introduction of labour and energy-saving technologies and capabilities. These will range from new generation lifting, pumping, fastening and maintenance tools, through to entire Enerpac Integrated Solutions Team projects dedicated to lifting, shifting and manoeuvring heaviest and challenging objects and structures.
Recent examples extend from lifting huge ball mills, bucket dredges and mining draglines in Australia as well as the supporting assembly of the ‘Bird’s Nest’ stadium in Beijing and the famous Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco for seismic retrofits.
Dorahy is a member of the Australian Institute of Management and a Graduate Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, organisations with which he has respectively achieved Diploma and Business Management Certification, with distinction. He has also completed AIM Leadership Development studies and applied his experience in substantially expanding the sales performance of national and international organisations operating throughout Australian industry.