Position Partners extends support in regional Qld

By on 9 April, 2020

Position Partners expands its reach to regional centres to increase support through Covid-19.

The company has added operational capacity in Townsville, Mackay and Western Downs to support customers with technical support, advice and installations.

Material released by Position Partners indicated that these newly expanded teams would liaise with the main Brisbane office as needed.

Harry Katsanevas, Queensland Regional Manager at Position Partners, said that he was pleased to announce these changes to give customers throughout the state local support.

“Our service centres can repair and calibrate everything from a laser level through to survey drones, machine control systems and total stations. We also have applications specialists in areas such as on-board weighing, mass haul scheduling and more that can be called on across all market segments as required,” he said.

“Our Queensland team includes some of our most experienced and capable people across the whole company, with extensive knowledge not only of the technology, but also our customers and the work they do,” Mr Katsanevas said.

“As the leader for our Queensland region I have one focus, and that is ensuring every aspect of our business is channelled towards our customers and doing everything possible to keep them working as productively as possible,” he added.

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