Wurth Australia launches brand new Anchor Technology Microsite
Dandenong South/Victoria. With the newly launched Anchor Technology Page, Wurth Australia announces a clear statement for their construction business strategy.
Over the last years Wurth Australia has strategically expanded their Construction Division. With the successive grow of their product range and the structured development of their engineering team, Wurth Australia could leverage their product and service solutions to a new level.
Especially designed and developed for engineers, planners and specifiers, the Anchor Technology Microsite withholds all relevant information that are important for the specific occupation group. Beside a wide range of anchoring solutions, customers can find information about technical support services, technical documentations as well as a various range of technical seminars.
“The ability to provide our customers a central location where they can find information that will help them in solving engineering challenges and fastening problems is a great achievement”, says Ramil Crisolo, Head of Engineering at Wurth Australia.
To the newly launched Anchor Technology Microsite: www.wurth.com.au/anchor
About Wurth Australia
Wurth Australia is a supplier of fixing and assembly materials for the Australian automotive, cargo, metal, construction and mining industries. With more than 30 years’ experience, they partner with over 50,000 customers and offer more than 15,000 high quality products and services. The product range extends from fixing materials, assembly materials, hand tools, power tools, maintenance equipment, manufacturing equipment, personal protection equipment, technical chemicals and anchors.
As a member of the globally operating Würth Group, Wurth Australia belongs to an international network of more than 400 companies with over 75,000 employees in 80 countries. The Würth Group, who is world market leader in its core business, the trade in assembly and fastening materials, generated an annual turnover of EUR 13.6 billion in 2018.