• Distech is expanding its market reach in ANZ.
    Distech is expanding its market reach in ANZ.

Distech Controls has reported impressive growth in Australia and New Zealand in recent months with five new system integrator partners joining the company’s network.

Regional sales manager for the Australasia region at Distech Controls, Puneet Dhiman, said these new alliances underscore the company’s commitment to fostering innovation, expanding market reach, and delivering value to its customers.

“Through our commitment to technology, quality, and customer satisfaction, Distech Controls is positioning itself as a key player in the region,” Dhiman said.

“Our three new partners are extremely experienced, highly knowledgeable and have strong reputations within the industries they serve. They have chosen to work with Distech Controls, and we have chosen to work with them, it is a true partnership.

“We are fully committed to this region and are looking forward to continuing our impressive growth.”

One of the first partners to join was Austec Building Automation, a Queensland-based controls company in the healthcare market. It has over 15 years’ experience with over 30 public and private hospitals under their management across the state.

Austec Building Automation director, Dave Henderson, said the partnership with Distech gives the company access to cutting-edge technology and enhanced cybersecurity features.

“This empowers us to confidently undertake larger and more complex projects. We’re looking forward to realising the potential of this new relationship,” Henderson said.

With over 35 years of experience, ControlCo Automation is a New Zealand controls and systems integrator of BMS and IoT solutions.

ControlCo provides leading-edge services in BMS maintenance and service solutions, systems and product integration and design and installation project management across both existing buildings and new greenfield construction projects throughout Aotearoa.

"At ControlCo Automation, we are always seeking opportunities to enhance the value we bring to our clients," says Nigel Loraine, National Manager - Controls and Automation.

The company’s national manager of controls and automation, Nigel Loraine, said the partnership with Distech Controls aligns perfectly with its commitment to innovation and customer satisfaction.

“Together, we are well-positioned to address the evolving needs of the market, delivering comprehensive solutions that drive performance and sustainability,” he said.

Another new partner is the Grosvenor Engineering Group which has 20 branches and a workforce exceeding 800 employees, clients are supported by technical specialists and thought leaders in the industry.

With three decades of industry leadership, Grosvenor Engineering Group (GEG) is at the forefront of technical asset management within the commercial, retail and health sectors.

GEG CEO, Nicholas Lianos, said Grosvenor is at the forefront of driving positive change within the industry.

“Partnering with Distech Controls aligns our common passion for innovative solutions and technological advancements reinforcing our continued dedication to delivering unparalleled value to our clients,” Lianos said.