West Australia based pipe company heads north to Lawnton and pays $2.2 million to do it

by admin | 6th December 2010

West Australia based Agru Australia P/L has paid $2.2 million for a 1,724m2 building on 2,509m2 of GI land at 5 Walter Crescent, in the northside suburb of Lawnton. King & Co’s Paul Ekeberg handled the sale, while Greg Woods was responsible for marketing. The vendor is undisclosed

Located just off Paisley Drive, and next to Superceap Auto, the property boasts a massive container set down area, 1,626m2 of high bay warehouse, air conditioned offices, 27 car parks and a small showroom area

AGRU is a worldwide manufacturer  and distributor of high quality plastic products for piping systems and apparatus engineering. This includes pipes from 10mm up to 1,400mm diameter as well as moulded fittings with different pressure ratings up to a diameter of 630mm

The AGRU fittings programme for butt welding, socket welding and electrofusion is unique regarding its quality and completeness. Furthermore, the production programme includes round bars, welding rods, extruded and pressed sheets, welding machines and welding technology for the correct and durable fusion of the piping systems and semi finished products

The twenty five year old firm also  produces and supplies a quality range of accessories including backing flanges, pipe clips, dog bones and valves

The range of plastic materials utilised is Polyethylene, Polypropylene, PVDF and ECTFE. Special material types such as electro-conductive and flame-retardant are also produced

According to Ekeberg, Agru relocated from the southside to make it more convenient for staff and to be closer to its larger clients

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