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SERVICE WITH RESULTS
To deliver total customer satisfaction, Galserv provides:
Personalised service through Account Managers and a Customer Service Team
Flexible lead times and the longest opening hours in Sydney
Shorter standing times and instant contact when the job is ready
Freight services at cost
Detailed job tracking
Galserv Australia's Market Leader!
Galserv has provided Hot-Dip Galvanising services in Sydney since 1963. We are currently one of the largest Hot-Dip Galvanisers in Australia and active members of the Galvanizers Association of Australia.
Our galvanising plants meet the requirements of Australian/New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 4680:2006.
Our plants are focused on quality and are accredited by SAI Global as conforming to ISO 9001:2015. We also hold accreditation for ISO 14001:2015 for the environment and ISO 45001:2018 for safety.
We galvanise products used in a wide range of industries including mining, oil and gas, infrastructure, construction and fabrication as well as our own market leading products from Galintel® and Weldlok®.
Our customers include light and heavy fabricators, civil, building and construction companies as well as the mining and heavy industries.
Our staff take commercial ownership of every galvanising project we receive to ensure we achieve unrivalled service and earn the confidence of our customers.
2015 GALVANIZERS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA SOREL AWARD
In October 2015, Galserv® was announced the
co-winner of the prestigious Sorel Award by the Galvanizers Association of Australia for its outstanding performance in delivering a quality and on time Hot Dip Galvanising service for the SYDNEY BOATHOUSE project in Sydney, NSW.
2014 GALVANIZERS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA SOREL AWARD WINNER
Galserv® provided the project with 164 tonnes of hot-dip galvanised steelwork and was integrated into all facets of the project. This included new loading and unloading platforms and stairs for top and bottom stations, service walkways, bottom station towers, module walkways, equipment platforms and a balcony extension, totalling a staggering 17,855 individual steel components. Some of which were installed at an incredible incline of 52 degrees on the track leading into the Jamison Valley.