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More than a century since the beginning of the Thermit welding process, the family-owned German business has now combined its companies under the Goldschmidt brand.
As a fully owned subsidiary of the Goldschmidt companies, Thermit Australia shares in the 120 year history of the business and is well supported by the innovative and collaborative spirit of over 20 Goldschmidt companies around the world.
Thermit Australia is the Goldschmidt Company responsible for supporting the Oceania and South East Asia regions. Operating from sites just outside of Sydney in NSW and Brisbane in QLD, Thermit Australia is well situated to partner with the local railway industry, providing aluminothermic welding and glued insulated joint supply across the region.
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Goldschmidt is a global market leader for rail joining, modern construction of railway track, and track infrastructure inspection and maintenance. In March this year, Hans-Jürgen Mundinger, CEO of Goldschmidt presented the new brand.
Mundinger said Goldschmidt is in a strong position in the global growth market for future mobility and a leader for digital high-tech products and services for the railways. Through the global network of the Goldschmidt companies, Thermit Australia has formed important partnerships and enabled the Australian business to reliably supply a broader range of quality products to railways and contractors in the region.
“We have grown dynamically over the last 10 years and have taken over numerous companies which kept their brands in a transition stage. Now it is time to grow even closer together under one brand,” Mundinger said.
Given the increase in investment in passenger and freight rail transport, there is a healthy demand worldwide for products and services required for the intelligent modernisation of railway infrastructure. Asia has the highest number of large-scale rail projects as China and Japan continue to invest significantly.
“Rail transport has a key role to play in the realisation of environmental targets. Modern railway systems have to run smoothly and require tailor-made predictive maintenance and service. For this purpose, Goldschmidt offers a one-stop shop in all the international growth markets for high quality products and services under one brand,” Mundinger said.
The spirit of Professor Goldschmidt, the inventor of the Thermit welding process, is still imbued in the company today through the drive to do everything better, to improve existing processes, and develop new ones. Goldschmidt is systematically integrating its products in a digital network. The DARI® (Data Acquisition for Rail Infrastructure) database system developed in-house stores measurement and inspection process data via its cloud system. DARI® integrates the data recorded by the app in the cloud. Customers who use the Goldschmidt digital app have mobile access to all of the digital applications of the company. “The Goldschmidt brand stands for high quality innovative products on six different continents worldwide. This allows our customers to concentrate on the smooth, comfortable and reliable transportation of people and freight,” Mundinger said. Complex infrastructure projects require an intelligent control system which meets the highest requirements. Tools and machines that are integrated into a digital network enable the global coordination of maintenance actions and the collection and analysis of process data is essential in order to guarantee the mobility of the future.
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