Gordyn & Palmer Pty Ltd and its subsidiaries Genius Batching Systems Pty. Ltd. and McKenzie Thompson are a wholly Australian owned private companies operating since 1978.
Specialising in industrial plant automation systems, electrical engineering and electrical installations Gordyn & Palmers Pty Ltd reputation as the “knowledgeable organisation delivering excellence through innovation” is well known and respected throughout Australia and overseas.
It is this sound reputation and its commitment to excellence, quality and value for money, our success and recognition has grown.
As a result of listening to customers and responding with automated industrial products and solutions that meet their particular requirements, no matter the size or complexity. Gordyn & Palmer service a wide range of National and International Companies. These Companies include: Reid Stockfeeds, Riverbank Stockfeeds, Boral Construction Materials, Holcim, Alex Fraser Group, Hanson Construction Materials, Geocycle, Laucke Mills and Arnott’s. We have completed projects overseas for companies such as: Sprout Waldron (China), Inversionies Mineras (Chile), Sprou Bauer (Philippines) and Tablebirds (Papua New Guinea).
We have a highly skilled and well trained team of professionals who work as a cohesive team, ensuring that the high quality standards are met for you in every contract and at all stages of your project. The company has over 60 employees, working across Australia, including field service electricians, engineers, manufacturing staff, project managers, support staff and a management team.
One of our greatest strengths is the intellectual capital we bring to all our clients and contracts while maintaining leadership in our field, through our commitment to innovation and the development of new techniques and systems.
Gordyn & Palmer are proud of being able to meet all the electrical requirements for an industrial firm. We are a member of NECA – National Electrical and Communications Association, who have played an active role in the formulation of relevant Australian Standards and Victorian Codes of Practice since 1978 and have their own Enterprise Bargaining Agreement, which is in accordance with the Australian Industrial Relations Commission and the Electrical Trades Union.