Drag and Rally Cars Race Into CAPS Malaga

As the sun went down on August 12,
the ”big boys toys” came out to play at CAPS’ Malaga.

Hosting a
sundowner for local businesses in conjunction with the Malaga District Business
Association, representatives from 68 local businesses attended a fun night full
of ”big boys toys”.

Guests to the
Malaga branch, which included representatives from local government,participated in a huge variety of
activities including demonstrations from drag cars, drones and rally cars. Surrounded
by CAPS’ industry leading compressors, power generators and lighting towers,
participants were eager to step into the 600 hp drift car and TOP EV drag car and
have their picture taken. Meanwhile, a Quadcopter drone mesmerised the audience
as it whirred around the site, completing various tasks.

The event was the largest held in
CAPS Malaga’s short history, which was opened in late 2014. Within this short
period, the branch has become one of the region’s largest providers of rotary
screw air compressors, lighting towers, portable diesel air compressors, power
generators, air and cordless tools and much more. 

About CAPS

CAPS (Complete Air and
Power Solutions), is Australia’s largest locally-owned compressed air company. Over its 35 year history, the company has grown to
become a leading provider of industrial solutions in the supply, hire, and
servicing of compressed air, gas, power generation, and associated equipment.
With operations carried out from fourteen branches across Australia, CAPS is
able to customise its products to meet the needs of the primary industry, oil
and gas, mining, manufacturing, or infrastructure sectors. CAPS continually
develops innovative solutions that satisfy the growing demand for energy
efficiency, and assist the effort to reduce waste and greenhouse gas emissions.

Contact Details

Website: www.caps.com.au

Phone: 1800 800 878

Email: info@caps.com.au

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