Durst CEO confirms substantial expansion in Australia

Above: Durst CEO Christoph Gamper

Durst CEO Christoph Gamper has confirmed the Australian subsidiary will be expanding to new premises up to four times larger by the end of 2024.

In an interview with Gamper at drupa, he told Sprinter about the expansion plans.

“As you know I love Australia and we are looking for a little bit more space as we are growing, which is a good thing. The ‘little big company’ is becoming a little bit bigger,” he said.

Gamper visited Australia recently to celebrate the company’s fifth anniversary and 100th installation in the local market, and to discuss the future expansion of the business.

Durst Oceania has been located at the same Tullamarine premises in Melbourne since the subsidiary was established five years ago.

Durst Oceania managing director Matt Ashman said he is excited about the expansion plans and the new premises for the local subsidiary.

“Durst Oceania has now been established for five years and has grown exponentially in this time. It is important for the continued expansion that we have a good presence in Australia and we are looking for a new building up to four times the space of our current location at Tullamarine. This will provide our organisation with the ability to store equipment, undertake refurbishments, provide demonstrations to customers as well as host open house events. The new premises to feature a number of sustainable technologies in line with the company’s global ethos,” Ashman said.

Click on the video to hear more from Christoph Gamper at drupa:

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