Warialda Engineering

Address
118 Stephen Street,
Warialda 2402
Contact
Mick Davis
Phone
+61 2 6729 1557
Fax
+61 2 6729 1558
Website
http://www.warialdaengineering.com.au

Warialda Engineering & Welding Pty Ltd commenced trading in 1996 and had its humble beginnings in the garage of its owner Mick Davis. After hearing many stories about farm accidents, Mick set his sights on inventing a cost effective agricultural implement that would not only deliver safer working practices but also save the user considerable time and energy. The end result was the DAVIS STARLIFTER a dual purpose tool that has literally revolutionized the way people work with logs and steel pickets.

Today, Warialda Engineering & Welding, (located in the township of Warialda in North West NSW), employs a cohesive team of 11 staff and 4 sale representatives. This team shares the owner’s passion, enthusiasm and drive. They take pride in their workmanship and aim to ensure that every product leaving the premises meets the owner’s high standards. The company has become renowned for their innovative farm products, workmanship and customer service levels. Whether you are a local farmer or a large company you will always get the same friendly service from staff that put customer satisfaction first.

From humble beginnings the company has grown into a leading regional business delivering a range of products and services that include designing, repairing, aluminum, stainless steel, sheet metal fabrication and steel products for the agricultural and related industries. They also produce quality, custom made trailers that are quickly gaining a reputation for being innovative, practical and reliable.

Mick Davis and his DAVIS STARLIFTER have been recognized by Australian Government bodies at both state and national level with a number of accolades that include the following:

1997 & 1999 Farm Inventor of the year - Twice
1999 National Farm Inventor of the year
1999 Award of excellence in Engineering & Design
1998 Admission to the Australian Technology Showcase – the first Aboriginal business admitted.
2000 BHP Steel Awards – Finalist

ABN
55 901 395 316
Employees
6
Year Established
1999