Friday November 8, 2013
NSW Premier and Minister for Western Sydney Barry O’Farrell yesterday officially opened a new $28 million manufacturing plant at Erskine Park in Western Sydney.
Tanya Davies MP, Member for Mulgoa, and Andrew Rohan MP, Member for Smithfield, accompanied the Premier on this significant occasion.
The new plant, owned by Dincel Construction System Pty Ltd, manufactures unique waterproof walls which are used in residential and commercial buildings around the country, with strong interest emerging from overseas corporate and sovereign clients.
“This $28 million investment by Dincel Construction System is great news for the Western Sydney economy – with the company saying 130 jobs will be created as a result,” said Mr O’Farrell.
This new 24-hour-a-day factory is located in the Western Sydney Employment Area – a dedicated employment zone created to ensure tens-of-thousands of Western Sydney residents have job opportunities close to their homes.
"Today is a demonstration of the ingenuity of Australian small business. Together with the NSW Government's strong economic management and effective policies business in Western Sydney is growing, leading to more local jobs." Tanya Davies said.
Creating more jobs in Western Sydney means residents can spend less time in their cars and more time with their families.
“This investment by Dincel Construction System is a vote of confidence in the Western Sydney economy and great news for local workers in the manufacturing sector.” Andrew Rohan said.
Dincel Construction System (DCS), is an internationally patented permanent polymer formwork for walls and columns, which when filled with ready mixed concrete, produces an economical, strong and durable structure. The system has been created and developed in Australia by professional engineers and is certified by the University of New South Wales and the CSIRO.