Stallion Australia: Fiona McLellan and James Coulter (Photo: Hengst SE)
From his office in Sydney, Hengst takes care of customers in the hydraulic filter section and opens new markets.
Hengst Filter, an international filtering specialist, continues to grow and recently opened its 21st place globally. With its office in Sydney, Australia, the Münster-based family business is now represented in twelve countries across five continents. “We are delighted to be able to open two interesting and beautiful countries from Sydney to Australia and New Zealand,” said Christopher Hein, Group CEO of Hengstein’s expansion.
As part of its year-long acquisition and consolidation of Bosch Rexroth’s hydraulic filter business, it aims to take over the sales operations of a local Bosch Rexroth subsidiary and create a strong Hengst brand there. “Hydraulic filters are often installed in critical applications, which is why customers are in high demand for spare parts. With our regional presence, we can fully meet these requirements,” says Hein.
In addition, General Manager James Coulter and his trio will create new markets in the areas of original equipment, aftermarket air filtration and oil and gas filtration. With so many major clients in Sydney, the logical choice was Australia’s largest city.
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