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SECA open day draws a crowd

SECA open day

SECA’s open day on Thursday, November 3 attracted operators from across the country to its Sydney warehouse to see what was on offer.

Customers from as far as the Northern Territory travelled to Sydney to witness the leading-edge equipment that SECA provides.

Full use was made of SECA’s purpose-built training, testing and demonstration facility which, outfitted with fully working and complete manholes and pipes, provided space for live demos of Quick-Lock and WinCan.

The company held a number of information sessions:

  • Zooming In looked at the latest advancements in CCTV inspection cameras.
  • Chemical-free Pipe Repair Solutions showcased how Quick-Lock products could enhance safety for pipe repair operators.
  • Mapping for WinCan demonstrated how the latest software updates for WinCan help eliminate human error, providing next-level asset management.
SECA Training Facility
Customers joined SECA from as far as the NT.

Suppliers from Kaiser, Asset Training and Switzerland’s ENZ were invited to join in, offering customers first-rate product knowledge and advice and showcasing the quality of products that SECA offers.

With around 50 attendees throughout the day, SECA is now looking to hold another open day next year, based in one of its other locations in either Brisbane or Melbourne.

For more information visit SECA.

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