Packaging solutions company Jet Technologies has opened a new office in Melbourne, and is adding two additional staff members, due to its growing customer base in Victoria.
New team members include Josh Hurst, print technologist, who will be working closely with James Montgomery and the team supporting the company’s range of UV inks and coatings, while Aeson Lau comes into the company as product manager – adhesives, supporting Jet Technologies’ range of adhesives.
The new Melbourne office is in the south east suburb of Braeside, it will be attached to the existing warehouse that Jet Technologies has operated for some years.
Jack Malki, director at Jet Technologies says, “The company has had more success in Victoria in recent years, and we needed to support the customer base with additional staff, and we really needed to have an office in Melbourne to serve local market. Adding two new employees is a part of the expansion, and we have one more person coming on this year.”
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Jet has plans for an inks and adhesive blending and testing hub to be established there in the future.
Malki says “Victoria always been, perhaps the largest print market in country, and in recognition of size of market and time that has gone on we have more business there, and relationships with clients are close. As the clients have invested we have invested.”
Jet Technologies has warehouses in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, Auckland, Christchurch and Indonesia.
Malki says 2017 has been a great year for the company, “We have been busy trying to get this year done and have not had a moment to think about 2018. It has been a brilliant year, it feels like yesterday we were at PacPrint. We are going to sit down in January and discuss the upcoming year. We are positive and looking to grow and serve our customers.”
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