PRODUCTS and services supplier Enerflex is set to open a new services facility in Adelaide in April, the company has announced.

Measuring 2,000 square metres in the Adelaide suburb of Gilman, the facility will provide Enerflex’s complete product and service offering including compression, process, and electric power equipment sales, after‐market service and support, and integrated asset management for the region.

An Enerflex spokesperson said the company had established the new facility to support its existing South Australian customers, to support operations undertaking the expansion of the Cooper basin, and the future opportunity to support offshore works in the Great Australian Bight.

The facility includes a fully functional workshop focused on equipment overhauls, integrated project optimisation, upgrades, retrofits, and general asset management, as well as a regional training facility and a parts warehouse with an extensive in‐house inventory.

“These capabilities along with customer training programs and an extensive in-house parts inventory all improve our full-cycle service offering to our customers in this part of Australia,” the spokesperson said.

Enerflex managing director for Asia and Australia Shaun McCullogh said the company was opening the facility to support its expanding business in South Australia.

“It represents a significant commitment to optimise response and delivery times to the region and delivers the strength of a global organisation, with national coverage, through customised local support,” he said.

“Despite the current challenges in the market, this expansion demonstrates our long‐term confidence in the industry.”

The facility is the newest addition to Enerflex’s global branch network and its seventh location in Australia, the company said.