Position Partners expands into Malaysia

By on 6 May, 2020

Position Partners has announced the opening of its Malaysian office, expanding the firm’s presence in Southeast Asia.

Material released by the Australian-owned company indicates the Malaysian operations will be staffed by a local team, and backed by the wider group.

The new entity will provide civil engineering and construction technology to the local market: machine control solutions, total stations, laser levels and grade control technology.

“Our Malaysia team has extensive experience with Topcon grade control and 3D GPS positioning technology, with the ability to support sitewide solutions for the construction industry,” said Martin Nix, Position Partners CEO.

“With additional support via our remote access platform Tokara, Malaysia customers will have both local expertise and the ability to tap into the wider group’s technical knowledgebase. If the situation called for it, a Position Partners technician could support the customer from another hub in Indonesia, Singapore, Philippines, Australia or New Zealand,” he added.

As exclusive distributors for Topcon in Australia, Position Partners South East Asia Manager Mathew Connelly said that they also offer complimentary systems, including 2D excavator grade control system iDig.

“iDig can be fitted to any make or model of excavator and is extremely cost effective. It is an ideal choice for contractors that are new to grade control technology that are looking for something simple but effective,” he said.

The Malaysian operation will also provide Topcon and aLine laser levels, and RDS on-board weighing technology, fleet management and high precision machine guidance systems for mining and quarrying applications.

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