Extra electrical capability with acquisition of new business
Toowoomba based electrical company, Wolff Power, has acquired a new Queensland business, which will expand service capabilities and offerings.
Wolff Power has acquired Brandis Industries, located in Caboolture, but servicing clients across Australia.
Brandis Industries are committed to providing high voltage and low voltage electrical solutions with superior service, and this new acquisition has allowed more employment opportunities in the region.
Wolff Power General Manager, Colin Dennis, said while Wolff Power is already a very diversified company providing clients services across a range of disciplines from solar design and construction to overhead HV construction and maintenance, Brandis Industries allows the company to complete Technical High Voltage Specialist services.
The organisational culture at Wolff Power also aligns well with that of Brandis Industries, with both companies being family oriented, privately owned and operated in Australia.
As such, we expect a smooth transition with minimal disruptions to employees and business operations.
“We have now increased our capability in Technical High Voltage Specialist services, including relay and circuit breaker testing, HV protection and control system commissioning, earth grid injection testing, power quality monitoring surveys, thermography certified services, instrument installation, commissioning and maintenance services, and increased hazardous area capabilities,” said Mr Dennis.
With the concentration of generation facilities in our region including solar, wind and gas, Mr Dennis said Wolff Power can now offer a local solution for all network requirements.
“Our increased capability and delivery capacity provide clients and network operators an opportunity to deal with one supplier when it comes to their network construction, commissioning and maintenance needs,” said Mr Dennis.
TSBE General Manager, Lance MacManus, said the acquisition was a great announcement.
“It’s fantastic to hear Wolff Power’s acquisition of Brandis Industries. With a reputation for in-house high voltage expertise, it’s excellent to see another option of quality electrical services are made available across a number of industry sectors.”
“A pipeline of $13.1 billion development jobs is outlined in the TSBE Development Status Report, which includes regional opportunities across 26 solar farms, four windfarms, three power stations and industrial industries.”
“It is great to have regional capability to offer full range of services for these projects,” said Mr MacManus.