Sydney, NSW (PRWEB) August 27, 2009
Established in 1864, J. Furphy and Sons remains a fifth-generation, family-owned business operating out of Shepparton, Victoria.
Engineering is at the core of this nationally renowned company, and is the main foundation for the growth and current business profile J. Furphy and Sons experience today. The multidivisional company is split into three sectors - Furphy Engineering, Furphy Galvanizing and Furphy Laser - which, when combined, work together to form a unique Australian one-stop metal fabrication and services facility.
As one of Australia's leading suppliers of tanks and vessels, Furphy Engineering has capability in carbon, stainless and duplex steels, with a client list that includes a broad range of national and international organisations.
Furphy Galvanizing offers fabricators in the Goulburn Valley and surrounding regions a prompt and reliable service, with the ability to complete all customers' hot-dip galvanizing requirements. This service is complemented by their reliable pick-up/delivery service, which can guarantee a customer's steel is at the right place each and every time.
The laser division of the company focuses on providing customers with a complete metal component supply service incorporating laser cutting, folding, rolling and fabrication. A reliable team is permanently on hand to provide individual solutions to all metal component requirements, aimed at cutting customer costs and improving the end product's design.
With a client base that represents many reputable multinational and domestic companies, J. Furphy and Sons service the food, dairy, brewing, chemical, manufacturing, and oil and gas industries. The company has also made a mark as Australia's largest manufacturer and exporter of galvanizing kettles. This niche product line, critical to the hot-dip galvanizing industry, sees J. Furphy and Sons compete on a global platform against organisations from Europe, Asia and USA, showcasing the height of their industry capability and experience.
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