Position Partners opens office in Indonesia

By on 24 March, 2015

SE Asia minesite

Position Partners has announced it is expanding into South East Asia, with the opening of a new branch in Indonesia.

This latest move sees the Australian-owned positioning and machine control solutions company building upon its recent expansion into New Zealand, to meet the increased demand for its services outside Australia.

Position Partners managing director Martin Nix said there was increasing demand in the region for new technologies.

“By opening an office in South East Asia we will be able to offer a range of solutions for the mining, engineering and construction industries,” he said.

Mr Nix said Position Partners South East Asia would offer sales and hire services across a range of positioning technologies, including Topcon Machine Control for civil construction, MAVinci and AscTec Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), Carlson machine guidance for mining.

Managing the new branch is business development manager, Evan Stead, who has worked for Position Partners for almost two years. Prior to joining the team Mr Stead was an engineering manager with Thiess Queensland.

“I see this as a great opportunity to increase efficiencies and productivity within the region’s mining and construction industry. I am looking forward to demonstrating how our technologies can improve customers’ bottom lines.”

“Position Partners’ South East Asia team is confident of success thanks to the backing of Position Partners’ extensive resources in Australia.” said Mr Stead.

For more information, call +62 813 1651 0880 or visit http://www.positionpartners.asia/

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