FARMERS, companies who produce consumer goods, transport businesses, irrigation services and many other large and small businesses across the Goulburn Valley rely on industrial mechanics, electricians and being provided with compressors in order to continue the adding to the total economic output of the region.
Mech-Elec Air & Automation originally started in Bendigo in 2012, but due to the demand for its services, they opened up shop in Shepparton in 2015 and today offer their services across the Goulburn Valley, Victoria and as far as New South Wales.
Providing services in industrial mechanical, industrial compressors, industrial electrical projects and labour hire, Mech-Elec’s client base across the Goulburn Valley includes Fonterra, SPC, Campbell’s, Unilever, George Weston Foods, Telfords, Shepparton Motor Body Builders, Willprint, Ryan’s Meats, Coliban Water, Goulburn Valley Water and Ridley’s.
Managing director, Lee Seelenmeyer said, “Our Shepparton store opened during 2015 due to an increase in business growth and local demand from multinational companies, who wanted a quality service provider.
“We currently employ a number of local people, with the vision to increase this number and to be a national company with our main base here in Shepparton.
“We aim to continue providing outstanding customer service and further our business’s positive reputation.
“Looking to the future, we would like to be able to offer locally based youth leaving school with the option of employment into a successful career in our organisation and industry, which would help to lower the unemployment rate and add to the economic output for the region.”