A SAGE Group Company

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Tasmania’s leading industrial automation specialist

Specialising in industrial automation and control solutions and industry-derived skills training

SAGE Automation Hobart and Launceston

For emergency automation breakdown support 24/7, call 1800 724 373

For other enquiries, call 1300 00 SAGE [1300 00 7243]

47 Sunderland Street

Moonah TAS 7009

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T2, Level 2, 112 Cimitiere Street

Launceston TAS 7250

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SAGE Automation Tasmania opened their first office in 2011 with just two employees. The region was selected to deliver our expertise in water, and in the food and beverage sector.

Across the two Tasmanian offices in Launceston and Hobart, SAGE Automation is a now a strong team of eight employees with a vision to keep growing in the years to come. 

Our service offering is growing with our Tasmanian-based technicians showing a strong focus on the food and beverage sector as we serve Lion, Ashgrove Cheese, Mondelez and Fonterra. 

We are continuing our focus with water, with our major clients being both Tasmanian Irrigation and TasWater.  

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Find out more about our Tasmanian automation services

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Tasmanian Team

Jon Heathcote
Regional Manager
Paul Markwick
State General Manager

03 8671 3006 / 0419 030 561



Laura Mabikafola
National Training Manager

SAGE Projects in Tasmania


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