Position Partners grows into new Darwin office

By on 25 August, 2020

Intelligent positioning solutions provider Position Partners has a new office for its Darwin team.

The company says the new Berrimah location offers a full range of services to support customers in the construction, geospatial and mining sectors with laser levels, GPS, survey instruments and machine control technology.

“We look forward to welcoming customers at our new premises at 29 Miles Road, Berrimah, and helping them with their technology needs or equipment services,” said Bradd Thexton, Field and Support Manager for the Northern Territory at Position Partners.

“If your laser level is due for a calibration, drop into the new office to get it serviced and we’ll shout you a coffee from the café next door,” he added.

While offering a range of solutions specific to industries or applications, Position Partners is most well known as the exclusive Australian distributor for Topcon Positioning Systems, providing sales, rental, service and support across the range of lasers, GPS, total stations, and machine control solutions.

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