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Bremco moves to ‘leaner’ premises

Wednesday, 2 Sep 2015 ( #734 ) - Brisbane, Qld, Australia
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Bremco's new premises
Brisbane materials handling equipment manufacturer Bremco has moved to new premises in Rocklea.

While many businesses relocate to bigger premises, Bremco has actually contracted, with managing director Brett Moody explaining that the move was prompted by the expiry of the lease at the old premises which were affected by the 2011 flood.

The new facility, he says, consists of "smaller premises with better production methods such as lean manufacturing to compete with Chinese imports".

Moody explains that Bremco has been around for 19 years and is the only mechanical forklift attachment manufacturer in Queensland.

"Bremco offers a range of forklift attachment products designed to aid in materials handling tasks as well as custom manufacturing which we design, engineer and manufacture to customers’ specific needs," he adds.

The company’s forklift attachments include bin tippers, cages, carpet poles, container ramps, drum handling, hook attachments, jibs, safety cages and forklift spreaders.
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