GasTech Australia Now Open in QLD!!

GasTech continues to grow with the opening of it's new Queensland operation!
Now supporting you directly out of Brisbane, Queensland!

A permanent presence now exists in QLD, Australia where existing customers will be able to have direct communication with personnel on the ground.
Grenville Fletcher (best known as Fletch) oversees this new operation.
Grenville Fletcher
Engineering Manager
Fletch, who has moved over from our Perth head office brings with him over 20 years of experience with GasTech alone and over 25 years in the engineering world.

Fletch has been instrumental in driving the bespoke engineering side of GasTech's business, placing him as the ideal candidate to oversee our latest office.

Please contact Fletch for a meeting to discuss your gas or flame detection requirements or simply just to introduce yourself on:

07 3160 0901
If I have an existing contact that I am dealing with do I have to change to Fletch if I'm based in QLD?

You are welcome to keep using your existing GasTech contact, however in terms of physical presence you are recommended to start communicating with Fletch to allow full support capability on the ground.
I used to deal with Fletch when he was based in Perth, can I still deal with him?

Yes, although we recommend dealing with GasTech personnel if they are based in your state.  If you have specific engineering requriements we encourage you to deal directly with Fletch.
I have complex engineering requirements for my next job, who should I contact?

Fletch will still remain GasTech's Engineering Manager although based in QLD so feel free to continue allowing him to assist with bringing your project to life.
Is Fletch being replaced now that he is leaving?

We would find it very difficult to replace Fletch, but we have recently introduced Nik Shah, a highly capable chemical, oil and gas engineer that will be working closely with Fletch to ensure any project activity is completed to our typical high standards.
Nik Shah, Project Engineer

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