SAGE Automation to relocate to Tonsley innovation precinct in 2017

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SAGE Automation announced that it will be moving its South Australian office to the Tonsley innovation precinct in 2017.

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“The move, supported by the South Australian Government, aligns with our focus on agility and efficiency within our business,” the company said in a press release.

“The custom designed facility will include an effective and efficient open plan layout featuring numerous formal and informal meeting spaces, supporting team collaboration.”

SAGE will also relocate its manufacturing facility to the 61 hectare Tonsley site which was developed to be a hub for companies involved in high-value manufacturing, cutting edge healthcare, assistive technologies, cleantech and renewable energy, software and simulation as well as mining and energy services.

“Our manufacturing facility will also be re-located to Tonsley and enjoy a layout which continues the lean concepts which have already delivered efficiency improvements for some years now,” reads the press release.

“The workshop space will be centered around a smart flow of materials and also feature easy access for panel transportation.”

The Tonsley site, which is located only a few minutes from the company’s current site in Melrose Park, boasts ample parking, access by public transport as well as a number of catering and leisure facilities.

The site is already home to a number of industrial pioneers including Siemens, Signositcs, Micro-X, Innovyz, Simulation Australia, ZEN Energy Systems and more.

SAGE Automation is Australia’s leading independent system integration firm specialising in industrial automation and control systems. The company designs, constructs, supports and improves industrial control systems that automate processes in the Defence, Infrastructure, Manufacturing, Mining and Utilities industries.