Telwater main office in Coomera

Telwater News

Times May Be Tough BUT Telwater is Tougher

Telwater has defied the doom and gloom of the global financial crisis and is thriving with staff numbers and boat orders on the increase.

In the months following the global turmoil Telwater have expanded their business horizons for a very successful year, with the launch of two new brands and an influx of orders.

This busy time for the company has also lead to a 30% staff increase, with Telwater re-employing staff and hiring new staff to cope with the business demand.

Director of Marketing and Sales Damien Duncan said he is pleased with Telwater's progress and is looking forward to an exciting future.

"This year's boat show season has been strong for Telwater, bringing in a mass of orders and even new dealers.

"The success has led to an overall increase in order numbers," he said.

"With such a great increase in production Telwater has been able to re-hire staff members that lost their job in the downturn and even hire new staff.

"Overall Telwater have managed to hire over 60 staff this year in a variety of sections within the company, with a total of 230 staff employed by the company," he said.

Telwater are Australia's largest manufacturer of aluminium boats and currently produce Quintrex, Stacer, Savage and Yellowfin Boats. Located in a prime Gold Coast location, the company continues to expand and is looking forward to another big year.