- Tyree has recently supplied twelve new 25,000V Booster Transformers and three 25,000V Auxiliary Supply Transformers as part of the Moreton Bay Rail Link (MBRL) project. The Moreton Bay Rail link incorporates 12.6 kilometres of additional heavy gauge dual-track rail line connecting between Petrie and Kippa-Ring on the Redcliffe peninsula in …Read More »
Tyree Transformers are very happy to announce a recent addition to our team, Neil Wech in the role of New Zealand Sales Manager.Neil is a highly experienced in sales, engineering, installation and support of transformers and electrical products to the utilities, industrial clients and power generators the New Zealand market. With over 50 years of industry knowledge gained in his previous roles, Neil has completed transformer projects for ratings up to 220kV …Read More »
- Tyree’s ERP implementation was featured as part of the Global Talk magazine. With continued IT improvements Tyree continues to challenge the way our business operates and innovates. Workflow, automations, WIP visibility, warehouse inventory and reporting are some of the key areas that are under continuous improvement at Tyree to help us …Read More »
- Tyree Transformers are proud to announce that we have been awarded a three year contract by Networks NSW JV to supply power transformers for the Essential Energy network. This contract continues Tyree’s expansion of our Power Transformer capability and recognises of our teams proven capability to deliver transformers that meet …Read More »
- Tyree recently supplied a range of 33kV Earthing Transformers and 33kV/433V Distribution station service transformers for the SANTOS GLNG project. SANTOS required 33,000V earthing transformers to provide an earth reference and earth fault limitation on their six 132/33kV 100MVA Power Transformers at their GLNG project in Queensland. Tyree was selected …Read More »
Sir William Tyree:
Founder of and inspiration for Tyree Group of companies
“My companies have never stood still. As fast as they have found one way of doing something, they are looking for a better way. And the company that does not do this today is not there for the long haul and will soon be gobbled up or go into receivership.”
Address by Sir William Tyree on receiving his Honorary Doctorate at Sydney University, May 16, 2008.
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