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Airtec Corporation expands into NSW

The equipment manufacturer has increased its presence across Australia in time with the launch of a new product

Airtec Corporation, a leading supplier and manufacturer of digital truck scales and inflation systems, has recently expanded its representation to NSW.

This brings Airtec closer to the action in one of Australia’s busiest trucking states, providing current and future clients with the person-to-person contact it was previously missing.

Originally based in Adelaide and Noosa, Queensland, Airtec has been working towards establishing itself in the greater NSW region, which plays a major role in Australia’s heavy vehicle industry.

The launch of its newest product – the AXS SmartOBM – has made 2023 the perfect time to step into the market.

“We want to better support our clients and the industry at large as legislation is put in place,” Airtec operations manager Jake Gillingham says.

“We know the transition to SmartOBM can be intense for operators and we want to make our client’s lives easier.”

The man making lives easier is Peter Agius, Airtec’s business development manager.

Despite his white collar job title, he isn’t afraid of the dust and grease associated with life on the road.

A self confessed obsessive problem solver, Agius, along with the team based in Noosa and Adelaide, has the knowledge to troubleshoot and find solutions that work with each customer’s unique circumstances.

Airtec’s new BDM Peter Agius with Jacinta Lane at AgQuip 2023.

Airtec’s expansion is timely in the lead up to 2024’s on board mass compliance deadline for NSW.

Many operators are requiring assistance and assurance in their SmartOBM decisions.

If you’re a transport operator in NSW, it’s now easier than ever to connect with your local Airtec representative and orgainse a custom mass management system.

Having Agius servicing the state of NSW has also allowed Airtec to increase its visibility at regional field days, which are a great avenue to connect with customers.

He has already attended more NSW based trade shows compared to previous years, including Ag Quip and Henty Machinery Field Days, as well as visiting Airtec’s most regional clients on the road.

“Attending field days has allowed me to be face-to-face with Australia’s great primary producers and their transport partners,” Agius says.

“For those who deliver from farm gates to the consumer, we are playing our part to do that with safety and efficiency.”

If you’re an operator, fleet manager or owner/driver in NSW and are looking for OBM support, you contact Aguis and Airtec on:

0458 318 452 or via email:

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