Tadano Oceania Pty Ltd
has further committed itself to the Australian market with the establishment of a dedicated sales and service facility in Sydney.
Headed up by crane industry veteran Graham Cooper, the Sydney facility is located at Glendenning with easy access to the M7 freeway. Graham Cooper, who has for some years been the Sydney-based Sales Manager for NSW, Victoria, SA and Tasmania, explains that the dedicated Tadano office in Sydney is part of the company’s natural progression into the Australian market.
The new facility will help Tadano professionally service a large customer base from Sydney.
Located at 51 Owen Street, Glendenning, the new Tadano branch office 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.
The new Tadano sales and service complex is well equipped with administration and meeting facilities, undercover crane storage and workshops, with room for further expansion.
According to Graham Cooper, Tadano services a diverse market in NSW and the southern states, both in terms of products and customer base. The facility already has select Tadano models in stock ready for customer inspection and immediate delivery. The new workshop can manage everything from routine maintenance right through to more involved service and repair work.
To celebrate the opening of the new Tadano facility, a customer open day was held with industry support well above expectations.
A world leader in the crane industry, Tadano offers all terrain cranes, truck cranes, rough terrain cranes and Tadano Mantis telescopic boom hydraulic crawler cranes.