Architectural revolving door and security entrance specialist, Boon Edam Australia announces the appointment of Michael Florendo as the new process engineer for the Australasian region.

Boon Edam’s global operation covers 27 countries, supplying to some of the world’s biggest companies and multinational groups, as well as public and private agencies; their global clients include several Fortune 500 companies.

Florendo (BSc – Industrial Engineering) brings to his new position, more than 15 years of technical experience at major petrochemical facilities, ports and automotive companies across Asia and the Middle East.

“I chose to work with Boon Edam because they are an industry leader in their field, which will provide me with an excellent opportunity to further my technical expertise and professional training, while working with prestige clients and household names,” said Florendo.

“I could immediately see that Boon Edam was committed to helping customers find the best solution for their business. This company culture of long-term customer satisfaction, including outstanding after sales and service, is one of the reasons they’ve been successful for more than 140 years, and I hope to continue to grow their service offering in Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea,” he added.

Boon Edam Australia managing director Michael Fisher views the appointment as a further step in expanding the company’s service offering nationwide.

“Florendo has excellent technical skills and attention to detail. His previous experience will make him an asset to our service team, as we continue to provide a level of service, support and backup previously unavailable locally,” said Fisher.

“Boon Edam has a strong company culture of long-term customer satisfaction, and the addition of Florendo to our service team will help us deliver this for all customers in Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea,” he said.

Florendo will lead Boon Edam’s growing service and installation team in Australia, and report to national technical manager John Powell.