City of Wodonga


Wodonga welcomes Seeley International

Wodonga Council has welcomed today’s announcement by Seeley International that it will establish its manufacturing plant in Wodonga.

“Wodonga is undergoing an enormous transformation and this announcement that Seeley is relocating here is fantastic,” Acting Wodonga Mayor Cr Danny Lowe said.

“Wodonga Council welcomes the investment by Seeley into our local economy.

“Seeley is keeping the plant local, and it’s great that they will still be located in the Albury-Wodonga region. It’s also testimony to their confidence in our Border economy.

“Wodonga Council would like to welcome Seeley International to Wodonga, and wishes them all the best in their business endeavours.”

Seely International is set to build a new $20 million purpose-built manufacturing facility to support future growth and help supply heating and cooling systems to key markets in Melbourne and Sydney.

The move will see the creation of 205 new manufacturing jobs, including new jobs for specialist engineers at the research and development centre, with an additional 76 jobs created through the supply chain. Construction activity is expected to create a further 22 jobs.

Premier Daniel Andrews, Minister for Industry and Employment Wade Noonan and Member for Northern Victoria Jaclyn Symes made the announcement in Wodonga, congralating Seeley on its move, in a major boost for Wodonga and North East Victoria.

The move has been backed by the Labor Government’s Investment Attraction and Assistance Program.

Seeley International is Australia's largest air conditioning manufacturer and global leader in developing energy-efficient cooling and heating. Its manufacturing plant is currently in Albury.

Last updated: 27-07-2017

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