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THIS week the CSD Northmead sales branch in NSW is moving to new premises in Seven Hills, which will open June 5.

“Due to the continued support of our customers, CSD continues to grow rapidly and in order for us to provide some of the world’s best products and a high level of service to our customers, a shift into bigger and better premises in NSW was absolutely necessary,” says Mark Cunnington, managing director of CSD.

“The new premises at Seven Hills has given us more room for product demonstration, stock and support which further emphasises our commitment to a strong branch network across Australia.” 

Located only 7 minutes away from the current Northmead location, the new Seven Hills location opens on June 5 with a new showroom, 3 demo rooms, an increased capacity Inner Range training room, and a larger stock holding. 

“Within the next 6 weeks CSD’s 14-man National Technical Support and Products & Marketing teams will move from Bella Vista and re-join the NSW sales branch at Seven Hills, providing an unprecedented level of sales and technical support out of the one site,” said Mark Edwards, general manager of products & marketing. 

The Seven Hills branch address is 41 Prime Drive, Seven Hills, NSW 2147, the phone number is 1300 319 499.♦

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