Sydney Welders awarded best welding company in NSW for 2021

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The international business publication, Corporate Vision, has named local fabrication business Sydney Welders as the best offsite and mobile welding company in New South Wales for 2021. This award acknowledges the breadth and quality of the services provided by the welding company.

Each year Corporate Vision identifies the best local businesses in a range of categories and regions across the world, and chose Sydney Welders as the top welding company in New South Wales for 2021.

According to Sydney Welders, “the award is a testament to our company’s hard work, innovation, and customer focus. We’re looking forward to a big year as we grow both our onsite and workshop fabrication business.”

Sydney Welders, based in Western Sydney, offers a range of services, including welding, fabrication, and boiler making.

Alongside its extensive onsite welding services, Sydney Welders offers offsite welding and fabrication for larger projects. Businesses across the Greater Sydney region rely on the welding services they provide. Paying the same attention to detail for all welding repairs and fabrication, however large or small, is key to the company’s success.

To support local enterprises, Sydney Welders offers a range of custom services, providing TIG, MIG, and stick welding. Their staff are comfortable with a range of materials, including aluminium, mild steel, and stainless steel, which are much more complex to work and weld.

Ever since the pandemic, Sydney welders have experienced a surge in demand. “Supply chain issues and a loss of confidence in offshore fabrication work have all dramatically increased demand for local welding and fabrication” the company says. “At the moment, welding businesses can’t keep up with demand, the problem is that finding skilled labour to fill the gap is also difficult”

Recently, Weld Australia argued that governments should also increase their reliance on local manufacturing and welding, with several high profile rail projects suffering faults years after completion by an offshore company. If the public sector does increase its engagement with Australian fabricators, it will create even stronger demand for the resurging manufacturing sector.

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