Posts Tagged ‘malki’

  • Rosebery move for Jet Technologies

    Jet Technologies is making the move to a new purpose-built site in Rosebery, located near Sydney Airport, Port Botany and other major infrastructure.

    The new facility is not only significantly larger than the company’s current premises, but has been built to best-practise standards that encourage greater collaboration and team work via dedicated open-plan pods and collaboration spaces, according to Jack Malki (pictured), Jet Technologies’ director.

    A purpose built ink-lab is located onsite with updated equipment and improved work flow. However the most important feature may be a new 400 SQM space specifically to be used for both demonstrations and training, he confirmed.

    According to Malki, the Rosebery premises will meld the company’s current two-storey offices into a single floor unit, which will provide a 40 per cent increase in floor space from the company’s current lodgings.

    “The single floor configuration, compared to the current two-floor office set-up from which we have operated at Mascot for the past four years will dramatically enhance internal efficiency,” said Malki.

    The move is planned for the third week of September.

  • Jet Technologies jets into Indonesia

    Jet Technologies is flying into new markets with an expansion into Indonesia, establishing a full-service branch in Jakarta.

    Announcing the move on 16 June, Jack Malki, Jet Technologies’ director, says that the company’s examination of the potentials within the Indonesian market has been in the pipeline for some time, but was only finalised after considerable research into a range of potential Asian markets.

    “The sophistication of the Indonesian printing, labelling and packaging segments, given the country’s wide-ranging FMCG [fast-moving consumer goods] manufacturing industry and the vast size of its market potential swayed us heavily in our decision,” says Malki.

    The Indonesian connection: (L-R) David Reece, Jet technologies sales director, Australia, Arman Mampuk, sales director, Indonesia, Yanuar Emilius, office manager, Indonesia, and Jack Malki, director of both Jet technologies Indonesia and Australia.

    The move into Indonesia coincides with the appointment of the first two local Indonesian executive positions: sales manager, Arman Mampuk, who has held sales positions with Cyber, the Indonesian agent for Ryobi for the past five years, and Yanuar Emilius, incoming office manager for the new subsidiary.

    Emilius comes with a logistics career in Europe and Indonesia, and includes a series of administrative responsibilities with Ferrostaal Indonesia.

    “These two newly created positions further strengthen the support that Jet Technologies is able to offer our clients throughout the region,” says Malki.

    The move to Indonesia follows a similar expansion into New Zealand the company underwent in 2010. Jet Technologies’ past Southeast Asian activities involve an association with Denmark’s Gerhardt International, with its subsequent takeover by Rotometrics in the US influencing Jet Technologies’ decision to establish a full service stand-alone branch in Indonesia.