INJECTRONICS TO INCREASE CAPACITY

Thanks to new Sydney location

Injectronics will expand its capacity this month with the opening of a new facility in Sydney.
Based in Victoria since 1984, Injectronics’ new Arndell Park location will bolster the level of technical support it offers to the automotive industry, while also improving turnaround times for the testing and repair of electronic and mechatronic components for its customers.
“Injectronics is thrilled to announce the opening of our new Sydney location,” Injectronics Executive General Manager, Gino Riccuti, said.
“The new facility will increase the capacity of our operations, which means we’ll have even greater ability to offer the level of efficiency and service our customers have come to expect.
“It’s also important that we’re able to widen the scope of our free advice and technical support hotline. It’s a service we take a great deal of pride in being able to offer the trade.”
Injectronics says it is widely recognised as Australia’s leading supplier and repairer of automotive electronic components. It offers testing and repair service of a range that includes ABS modules, audio and navigation systems, body control modules, climate control modules, electronic brake modules, electronic control models, electronic gear selector modules, electronic steering locks and switches, ignition modules, instrument clusters, throttle bodies, and transmission control modules.
Injectronics says that on top of its award-winning service, it is always ready to service the trade via its online resource library.
Its website offers technical resources including trade and technical bulletins, videos, catalogues and brochures, and a live chat facility.
Injectronics is a proudly Australian company that employs over 50 staff across two locations nationally.

For more information, visit www.injectronics.com.au