HRS Heat Exchangers to Open New Australian OfficesHRS Heat Exchangers to Open New Australian Offices
November 26, 2013
HRS Heat Exchangers Ltd, heat transfer specialist, has announced that it will be opening new offices in Australia in January 2014. The offices will extend HRS’ reach into the Asia-PAC region, and will be headed up by Chris Little, who is an experienced engineer with particular project expertise in the larger systems supplied by HRS. Little, who is a New Zealand national, is a fully qualified mechanical engineer who joined HRS in 2011 and has proven to be a valuable asset to the business through his work on numerous projects during this time.
“We are excited about this new expansion of the HRS business, a move which reflects how well the organization continues to perform,” said Little. “Our main focus will initially be on renewable energy, anaerobic digesters, and biogas; areas where HRS has particular expertise with its evaporator and pasteurizer systems, and where we have proven we can deliver excellent efficiency and return on investment. The operation will, however, cover all areas of HRS expertise in industries such as food, chemical, oil, and gas.”
HRS provides heat transfer solutions to exact customer requirements. It has detailed understanding of both applications and technology, and has shown it can meet some of the most challenging installation demands, offering efficiency and flexibility in design. The new office will be based in Melbourne, Australia, and will offer full sales, project, and aftermarket services to the customer base in the region.
“This is an important step to further the global network of group and distributor offices provided by HRS,” said Little. “The presence of a direct HRS facility within Australia will help us to expand our sales and further improve the support we offer to our existing customer base in this region.”
For more information, visit www.hrs-heatexchangers.com
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