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New facility for Brisbane

By Liam Brosnan
August 3, 2021

Marking the commncement of our new purpose-built industrial facility in Yatala we were excite to have the sod turning event, featurning Gold Coast major Tom Tate, captured by 7 news.

Two men are shaking hands on a construction site in Brisbane. Both are wearing high-visibility vests; one has a neon yellow vest, and the other an orange vest. Heavy machinery and a billboard depicting the new facility under construction are visible in the background.
Mayor Tom Tate with Guy Tome
Due for completion mid 2022 our new 12,000m2 site, located in the heart of Yatala, will feature a 1,000m2 workshop, warehouse for spare parts distribution, offices, new equipment showroom, wash bay and state of the art spray booth facilities.

“We have spent a lot of time working with Tony Stephens and his team at Empire detailing exactly what we are after and we have come up with a really good product that will enable us to grow well into the future.” said Guy Tome, Conplant National Sales Manager.

A group of six people, five wearing safety vests and one in a suit, participate in a groundbreaking ceremony for a new facility in Brisbane. Five individuals hold blue shovels and dig into the ground. A construction sign is visible in the background, along with industrial trucks and trees.
Left to Right with Shovels – Councillor Mark Hammel, Mayor Tom Tate, Dallas Kells and Guy Tome.

“It’s very exciting to be announcing this project in what will be our 60th year of operation” said Tome.

“It’s going to be a great birthday present for Conplant and for the entire Brisbane team.”

A group of individuals in safety vests, some shaking hands, stand in front of a construction site banner that reads "New Home of Conplant" and features the Wacker Neuson logo. One person holds a shovel, signifying a groundbreaking ceremony for the new facility in Brisbane. Trees and machinery are in the background.
Mayor Tom Tate congratulating Dallas Kells

We are committed to supporting the local community whilst growing the capacity of our business to help us better service our customers in South East QLD, Northern NSW and will be the main hub for support for the Northern region including all of QLD.

Check out Channel 7 News story below.

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