New Hydraulink Nepean extends quality service in the booming success story of Sydney’s west
Hydraulink New Franchise in Nepean - NSW
The Australasian and international Hydraulink organisation is further extending its commitment to Sydney’s booming west by opening a new Nepean branch to complement its strong existing network in the area.
The new Hydraulink Nepean hydraulic hose and service outlet is led by franchise owner Jeff McCoskery, complementing his adjoining highly successful franchises in the Narellan and Badgerys Creek areas, site of huge works infrastructure for Sydney’s new second airport.
Already home to more than 2.6 million people, and 48 per cent of Greater Sydney’s workforce, the growth of Western Sydney’s population is set to outpace the rest of Sydney for the next 20 years, says Business Western Sydney.
“The Nepean area – extending from St Mary’s right up to Katoomba – has boomed as part of this expansion in recent years, with business moving closer to the job talent pool and projects needing services. This growth is opening up great opportunity for companies and individuals with quality experience to service the fleets of static and mobile machinery going in here,” said Jeff, whose entrepreneurial flair has extended from opening the new fully equipped Nepean branch at St Marys to converting a big yellow bus into a mobile service centre to take service to the customer’s doorstep in adjoining areas.
“The boom in this area – including the new Aerotropolis – has really taken off in the last several years and is ripe for a can-do network such as ours that offers uniformly high standards of experience, efficiency, compliance, and safety across individual or multiple sites.
“I did a lot of door knocking over the last year to see what the market wanted, from St Mary’s right up to Katoomba, and business there knows the area is integral to the expansion of employment and opportunity. This whole area is a permanent success story, which will underpin employment and progress in areas that previously had under-employment issues,” said Jeff, whose new and existing franchises are part of the Hydraulink network of more than 400 service points throughout Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands.
Operating under the marketing signature “Best Under Pressure,” Hydraulink is attracting to its franchises and service teams many career-changers who are seeking to use their talents and experience in diverse engineering, diesel, mining and mechanical fields. Converts to the Hydraulink family of franchises and employment are trained to create their own future while enjoying a job in their community where they can spend more time with their family.