Miri’s moving

LOCAL electronic component manufacturer Miri Engineering is moving its operations to the Wangara Business Estate.

The move will locate the business closer to its plastic injecting work, which also is completed on the estate.

Miri Engineering managing director Paul Dann said a number of the staff also lived in the Wanneroo area, so the move was very agreeable for them as well.

Miri Engineering has taken up a three-year lease on the building on the Wangara Estate with an option to buy after that period.

‘It’s fairly well suited to what we want,” Mr Dann said.

“We’re very much a niche industry. Our products are used widely in water management and power distribution.”

Wanneroo Mayor Jon Kelly said the relocation was good news for the City of Wanneroo.

“With the company anticipating vigorous growth in the future it is likely that Miri will be looking to expand their current workforce,” Mayor Kelly said.

“Miri’s strong research and development focus could prove to be a key value adding component for the future expansion of Wanneroo industry.”

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