Tuesday, May 21, 2024
MecFab joins Lödige Industries

MecFab joins Lödige Industries

Lödige Industries has joined forces with MecFab Enterprises. With branches in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, MecFab is specialised in plant manufacturing and maintenance at airports.

With the acquisition, Lödige Industries is significantly expanding its offering in Australia.

MecFab offers a wide range of services on airports, especially in the air cargo sector. With a high degree of focus on carrying out specialist maintenance of freight handling equipment, repairing and maintaining non-motorised GSE (Rolling Stock) and fabrication of various equipment for airport operations, such as access stairs and platforms.

MecFab and Lödige have a history of cooperation and have already worked alongside each other for several years. For example, in 2018, they worked together on a cargo terminal of airport services provider dnata in Brisbane, where MecFab delivered the truck dock for the project. 

Mark Cutts and Michael Dolso, founders of MecFab Enterprises, elaborate on joining forces with Lödige Industries: “Now that the Lödige/MecFab alliance is secured we will be able to exponentially expand our services, bringing cutting edge engineering and material handling technology exclusively to our customers.”

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