SCM REF Australia Completes Move to New Sydney CO2 Manufacturing Facility

By Devin Yoshimoto, Mar 01, 2021, 04:31 1 minute reading

The company made over 20 transcritical CO2 systems in 2020.

SCM REF Australia Core Team, Left to Right: Wayne Ferguson (MD), Inderpal Saund (Sales Manager), Jason Pearce (Key Account Sales), Paul Campbell (Director of Operations), Doug Herkess (Key Account Sales), John Lin (Key Account Support), John Morgan (Production Manager)

SCM REF Australia, Beijer Ref Australia‘s manufacturing operation, announced the completion of its relocation to a new manufacturing facility in Bankstown, Sydney, according to a news release.

The company announced the commitment to a 10-year lease on this new AU$48 million (US$33 million) facility at Bankstown Airport in December 2019.

In 2020, Beijer Ref Australia and Kirby (previously Heatcraft Australia, which was acquired by Beijer Ref in May 2018) delivered over 20 transcritical CO2 systems and is “now well underway completing the first transcritical CO2 system at the new plant,” the release stated.

“Market acceptance for natural refrigerants in Australia continues to grow year on year”, said Inderpal Saund, Beijer Ref Sales Manager. “There is increased confidence from clients in what they will receive and increased confidence in the technician’s skill during commissioning.”

By Devin Yoshimoto

Mar 01, 2021, 04:31

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