New multi-functional facility gives customers faster service, greater access to advanced coatings, and unparalleled training services
Axalta, Spies Hecker parent company, have today officially opened our new Australia and New Zealand regional multi-functional facility. This new 5,300 square metre facility will enable higher quality and faster service for customers throughout the region, greater access to Axalta’s broad selection of advanced coating technologies and products, and more efficient supply chain solutions for customers.
“This new facility is a significant milestone for Axalta and all of our customers in the region,” said Robert Bryant, CEO of Axalta. “It demonstrates our confidence in the growing Australian and New Zealand markets and creates an important opportunity to be closer to our customers under one roof. Customers will benefit because of the greater access to new products, faster customer service, and the unique training opportunities offered at our new facility. In addition, the expanded presence in ANZ enhances the capacity we need to meet our long-term growth plans in the region, which is an integral part of our continued global growth.”
Located in Marsden Park, Western Sydney, our new facility will house regional corporate offices, a customer training facility, and a warehouse and distribution centre. Each of Axalta’s business segments – Refinish, Industrial, and Transportation – will be represented in the new facility to serve its customers.
The state of the art customer training facility in Sydney will use the Company’s latest coating technologies, industry-leading training techniques and advanced digital tools to enable its customers to deliver the highest quality refinish solutions to the end-user, while increasing their productivity and profitability. Axalta Refinish customers will also gain in-depth knowledge of the latest spraying application systems that use less energy and reduce waste, have fast-drying finish, and use superior colour matching technologies. The new training facility is expected to be fully operational within the next four months.