Corporate head office and manufacturing facilities.
Borg’s Central Coast facilities comprise numerous brands: polytec, Australian Panels, Crossmuller, reDirect Recycling, Bettergrow, and Workplace Industry Training.
- 02 4340 9800
- 2 Wella Way, Somersby NSW 2250
Borg is striving to reduce carbon emissions, reduce waste, and create industrial ecologies befitting a circular economy. The company is committed to an eco-friendly and balanced environment, minimising waste, and maximising efficiency. Here are some sustainable practices that are employed across Central Coast facilities:
Overall emissions are reduced through an internal fleet department, maintaining and upgrading company vehicles to ensure all transportation is to the highest standard. Not only is this adding to a sustainable infrastructure, but improves on driver safety.
Charmhaven is accredited as a renewable energy power station - this is the largest solar system on the Central Coast NSW and only accredited solar power station on the Central Coast. Charmhaven have installed 4,700 panels, producing 1,660 MWh per year and offsetting 665 tonnes of coal in electricity generation per year, providing 35% of the site’s energy requirement. In addition, the Wella Way and Somersby facilities have a combined total of 11,959 solar panels, yielding a sustainable amount of renewable energy.
Beginning on the Central Coast in 1989, Borg has actively invested in sites around Somersby, Charmhaven, and Gosford, aiming to create more jobs in regional communities. With over 550 employees on the Central Coast, Borg is a major employer and proud to partner with local communities.
Production facilities on the Central Coast include door manufacturing, decorative board products through polytec and Australian Panels. These facilities are supported through the Crossmuller brand through Automation, Electrical and Manufacturing, creating state-of-the-art technology for cohesive processing.
Crossmuller’s Sheetmetal division manufacture hundreds of bins for reDirect Recycling, which are used for the resource recovery of pallets, clean timber, and particleboard offcuts. reDirect Wood Recycling reclaim materials that would otherwise go to landfill, reducing waste after the product has reached an end of life in the market. reDirect Recycling, Australian Panels and polytec’s sales and marketing team are based in Somersby NSW alongside the Crossmuller team.
Workplace Industry Training (WIT) supports each brand on the Central Coast by offering high risk work training and assessment for an array of national competency units.
Elements of every business work together in the Borg group of companies, from manufacturing to recycling and services, highlighting the importance of vertical integration and investment in infrastructure.