Delta Electronics opens new HQ in Sydney
Power supply manufacturer Delta Electronics (Australia) has officially opened its new Australia/Pacific headquarters in Sydney — a move that comes not long after the company’s merger with Eltek Australia on 1 April.
The new unified Delta Electronics (Australia) seeks to leverage global innovation and local expertise to enable a greener and smarter future for customers and communities across Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands. The new head office, based at St Leonards, was opened on 20 May by Member for North Sydney Trent Zimmerman and David Leal, Australia Country Manager for Delta.
Key partners, clients, industry representatives and other distinguished guests were able to explore Delta’s latest innovations at its Experience Centre, which includes Delta, Eltek and Vivotek branded products. They also attended Q&A sessions with the heads of Delta’s renewable energy, industrial automation, mission-critical infrastructure and electric vehicle charging businesses.
Zimmerman said, “This is a business which really utilises a lot of the skills we really want to see in the future economy … in energy infrastructure, which is a particular passion of mine and is the backbone of what we need to support the energy transition in this country.
“As we head towards a low-emissions future, the charging networks you are helping with, the low-emissions technology, the renewable technology that you will support are not only going to be crucial to Australia’s environmental responsibility but to Australia’s future environmental success as well. So everything you do here is in a way going to play a significant part in that journey.”
Leal added, “The expected growth in the Australian and New Zealand markets over the coming years is considerable and Delta is excited to be well positioned to contribute to this growth and, in the process, support a greener tomorrow.”
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