Global high-force tool and bolting specialist appoint WA Enerpac Territory Manager

A global specialist in high-force tools and bolting technologies, Actuant Corporation, has appointed a new Western Australian Territory Manager to head its extensive Enerpac operations in the State. Mr Andrew Marsh brings to the position more than 15 years experience in service, sales and distributor support in companies serving key areas of Enerpac business, including mining and resources, manufacturing, infrastructure, engineering, energy, construction, automotive and industrial hydraulics. Andrew Marsh has demonstrated excellent experience in major established fields of our operation and has shown strong abilities to support distributors and customers throughout Western Australia. This service and support focus will be particularly important to us in building on Enerpacs record of more than 30 years success in supply hydraulic equipment throughout the State and as we further expand our bolting technologies and expertise, said the Australian Business Unit Manager of the Australasian operations of the Actuant Corporation, Mr Anders Mangen. The Actuant Corporation which is the worlds largest specialist in high-force tools, with sales exceeding $A1 billion a year in 20 countries recently dramatically expanded its Australasian bolting technology, expertise and solutions capabilities through two recent acquisitions of international leaders in this field. The Hedley Purvis Group and Hydratight Sweeny were acquired this year and combined to form as the Hydratight Group to work as a team with Enerpac to provide bolting technologies and services to the oil and gas, power generation, process and minerals industry and to general heavy engineering industry. Mr Marsh, 34, will draw on his on-site experience encompassing the major centres, sites and projects of Western Australia to provide a direct link to the local expertise and international technologies and expertise available through Enerpac. These resources include access to the Australasian and worldwide knowledge of more than 500 skilled staff involved in bolting technologies and solutions, for example. Enerpac also has direct involvement in some of the worlds largest infrastructure projects, such as the recent completion of the worlds highest viaduct in France and major harbour, tunneling, lifting and sub-sea positioning and fastening operations.