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Family dynamic gives TCC a winning edge

28/11/2006 - 21:00

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Standing the test of time, TCC Group, formerly known as Total Corrosion Control, has grown to become the largest industrial painting facility in the Southern Hemisphere, with turnover increasing more than 150 per cent since 2000.

Family dynamic gives TCC a winning edge

Standing the test of time, TCC Group, formerly known as Total Corrosion Control, has grown to become the largest industrial painting facility in the Southern Hemisphere, with turnover increasing more than 150 per cent since 2000.

Founded in 1982 by managing director Terry Iannello, Sam Cinalli and Tony Iannello, the TCC Group is a family owned organisation into its second generation of integration and organisational leadership.

The group has grown from an organisation occupying a home office and employing four people to a leader in the industry, occupying 9.9 hectares in Kwinana with an expanding office complex and modern workshop facilities currently employing 600 employees.

The group is now a leader in scaffolding, industrial blasting, protective coatings, insulation, sheet metal fabrication, polyurethane coatings, fireproof coatings, rubber lining, rope access, asbestos removal, skills training and assessment.

Its turnover for its maintenance and project business units, for the 2005-2006 period, was over $93 million.

TCC Group believes it is unique since it provides a combination of maintenance and project services under “one roof” that no other contractor in its industry is currently able to do.

The company’s ability to rapidly develop its core services outside the corrosion control arena has ensured that its progress within the mining, oil, gas and construction industries has been a solid rise within a diversified market.

The TCC Group’s expanding range of services has enabled it to promote its core values and cultural beliefs to not only its employees, but also to its valued customers and community.

The company’s workshop coating treatment and onsite touch-up and coating has helped it secure some of the state’s biggest projects – including the first three trains on the North West Shelf LNG project and the 2001 Cape Lambert expansion.

The company is in the midst of expanding its operations into the eastern states, with work ongoing in Victoria and Queensland.

Since 2003/04, the company’s turnover has increased over 50 per cent, while net profit has increased over 360 per cent in the same period.

STANDING BY BUSINESS. TRUSTED BY BUSINESS.

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