Our company purchased the assets of Bradken Launceston Plant who have always enjoyed a reputation for quality and service due to the stable, competent workforce.
The new company’s goals are to expand on that record to provide customers with exemplary service in terms of quality and reliability, delivery on time, and compliance to specification.
The business employs previous experienced ex-Bradken staff, many of whom have worked at this facility for a number of years.
The quality system is fully documented and we will soon be third party certified to ISO9001.
The plant is modern having benefited from an extensive capital expenditure program over the last 15 years in the areas of melting, moulding and heat treatment.
The new company’s cost structure will ensure that we are extremely competitive, especially for steel castings in the weight range of 50 kg to 4 tonne.
The flexible workforce enables plant production to be ramped up to meet urgent requirements, and lead times as low as 2 weeks are possible, depending on the product.
Nightly shipping to Melbourne for trans-shipment by road or rail to all Australian destinations.
At Castings Tasmania, we are committed to carrying out all our business activities in a sustainable manner by pursuing continuous improvement in all aspects of the business. As part of our commitment to continuous improvement, customer focus and compliance with regulatory and statutory requirements, the company’s Quality program is based on the following principles that identify, manage and evaluate our key business activities, and reduce process, people, and health and safety risk.