Tadano Oceania is set to move into its new headquarters and support service centre in Brisbane, Australia next month, which will also incorporate Demag mobile crane sales and support.
Part of a 10 million investment, the new 14,000 square metre facility in Lytton, to the north east of Brisbane, features more than 8,000 square metres of space for the commissioning, repair and reconditioning of Tadano and Demag cranes and includes 12 fully equipped service bays, an internal service pit and internal and external wash stations. It also features more than 3,000 square metres of offices and training space.
The site is home to the new spare parts and service centre for the Oceania region covering Australia and New Zealand with a dedicated 1,000 square metre parts warehouse for parts - with Demag parts scheduled to be transferred from its previous location in Eagle Farm in the coming months.
Tadano Oceania managing director, Anthony Grosser, said: “This is an exciting time for the business and for the customers we serve. We were in the process of looking for a larger premises, and the acquisition of Demag in 2019 accelerated the process. Our new head office at Lytton is now the largest dedicated crane repair facility in the southern hemisphere. One major change is that the new location in north east Brisbane is closer to port facilities and the industrial heart of Brisbane. It is located off the Port of Brisbane Motorway and so is extremely accessible to customers.”