Pacific Automation expands with next NSW office


Thursday, 25 November, 2021

Pacific Automation expands with next NSW office

The newest Pacific Automation office has now opened in Arndell Park, in the western Sydney area of NSW.

As suppliers of premium products and technical support for industrial automation, electrical, lighting and hazardous areas, Pacific Automation supports industrial operators across the country.

Comprehensive product ranges are on offer from a wide range of industry suppliers including Advantech, Ampcontrol, New Macey, Raytec, Luminetic, Rechner, Thermon and Lumel.

Core products will be held in high stock levels, helping customers to avoid facing downtime for common items.

“Pacific Automation has been focused on building our East Coast presence for some time now. We’re excited to be opening our third Australian business unit in New South Wales,” said Pacific Automation CEO, Steve Armstrong.

“Our goal is to support Australian industry. We help our customers work efficiently and most importantly, work safely.”

With the launch of the Arndell Park office and warehouse, customers in Sydney and New South Wales can now be assured of prompt, responsive customer service, and a faster fulfilment from a local dispatch centre.

“We are doing our best to provide value across Australia. We’re here to support you, whether that’s with a datasheet, help with product selection, hazardous area certifications or a site visit to solve a problem,” Armstrong said.

Pacific Automation first opened its doors in Perth, Western Australia in 1969, and has since expanded interstate to Queensland, Victoria and New South Wales.

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