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TMX guides Daikin with facility completion

Construction on Daikin’s new facility is expected to be completed by March 2025. Image: TMX.

Air conditioning manufacturer Daikin is continuing its investment in Australian manufacturing, with construction commencing Friday May 31 on its new 7500 sqm facility in Sydney’s west under TMX’s guidance.

The new site expands upon their Australian headquarters on Governor Macquarie Drive in Chipping Norton.

“Daikin’s second factory is a testament to our commitment to local manufacturing in Australia, and further develops our ability and long-term strategy to design and manufacture products that meet the needs of local businesses and homes,” says Nicholas MacDonald, Daikin’s General Manager Manufacturing.

“Daikin engaged TMX through a pre-existing relationship to guide us through to completion of our new facility. Their ongoing support through due diligence, feasibility analysis, development approvals and now into construction management has been invaluable.”

Daikin has more than eighty global production sites and is the largest air conditioner manufacturer in the world.

“We are proud of our long and ongoing relationship with Daikin and excited to be in a position where we can continue to support their growth, as they move into the construction phase of their new facility,” Adam McDonald, TMX Transform’s Head of Operations.

“This is a complex existing site and as superintendent, and specialists in the industrial and manufacturing space, TMX can understand and deliver upon these bespoke needs to ensure Daikin is best positioned to deliver to their customers.”

Construction on Daikin’s new facility is expected to be completed by March 2025.

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