Braums Move Offices in Melbourne, Victoria
Braums would like to inform all its customers and partners that Braums have moved its Melbourne office and warehousing facilities to a new Melbourne address below and also that the Melbourne office telephone number have changed as well to the following:
Unit 2, 104 Proximity Drive,
Sunshine West, 3020 Victoria
NEW TELEPHONE NUMBER +61 3 9315 2878
Please note for Melbourne Victoria only the new location for deliveries and pickups should be done from this new address.
BRAUMS Exhibits at ITS World Congress 2016 Melbourne
BRAUMS is proud and excited to announce that we will be exhibiting at the 23rd World Congress on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), to be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC), Australia.
Visit us on Stand 3309 of the exhibition on the 10th to the 14th of October, 2016.
For more information on this announcement, please click here.
BRAUMS provides Leading Technology based products for the efficient & safe movement of vehicles and Pedestrians.
BRAUMS proudly delivers the worlds very best ITS solutions to the Australian & NZ markets. With ATC - SWARCO-Futurit and WANCO as our key technology and product supply partners we offer best of breed solutions to our market. BRAUMS understands our demanding market not only requires the best technology but also exceptional service and support. Our experienced team of qualified Engineers And support staff ensure continued exceptional service and support for our clients.
We supply robust Electronic Mobile and Fixed mounted Messaging & Surveillance Products that are designed and built to operate and endure the harshest environmental and operational conditions.
BRAUMS provides portable and fixed traffic management solutions for the Transportation, Mining, Construction &
Hire Industries with "Broad Rural & Urban Mobility Solutions".
Our staff and partners have decades of industry experience ensuring our customers receive the best possible products, solutions and service.
The equipment is proven for Australian conditions of high heat, humidity and remote access under difficult conditions. Communications to many of these devices is via open standards and commonly available access such as the mobile telephone network using 3G or UMTS technology.