Airmaster management, staff and long-time customers recently gathered at Peninsula in Melbourne’s Docklands to celebrate 30 Years of Airmaster, recognise some long service achievements, as well as learn more about the company, its early days of formation and the people behind it.
The night recognised the company’s longest serving employees, Gary Stott, John Wessel, Rick Wilkinson and Airmaster CEO, Noel Courtney.
“It was fantastic to be able to celebrate the contributions and loyalty that Gary, John and Rick have given to Airmaster. All three have created their own path at Airmaster and I’m proud and honoured they have stayed with the company over such an extended period of time.” said Noel Courtney.
The evening also celebrated the partnership between Airmaster and Daikin. Daikin SEO and General Manager Mineno San travelled from Japan to address the audience with an endearing and at times educational speech. To commemorate the partnership between the companies, a traditional Japanese antique vase was presented to Noel on behalf of the Daikin Group.
Another highlight of the evening was to celebrate Russell Seebach’s retirement. As one of the founding members of Airmaster, Russell was one of the key figures in creating the company it is today.
Discussing Russell’s retirement during his address to those in attendance, Noel said “Russell has not only been a great business partner but also a fantastic friend. His vision and courage to build an independent service and maintenance business should be applauded.”