Temperature Controls, Part 1
Temperature Controls was founded in the year 1988. Much of the requested information on Temperature Controls is available in rows 4 through 15, column D of the attached spreadsheet. Please note that a vision statement from Temperature Controls could not be located.
Summary of Findings
- Founded in the year 1988, Temperature Controls' headquarters is situated at 7 Yamma St Sefton NSW 2162 Australia (Sydney). It has offices in other areas of Australia, such as Melbourne and Brisbane.
- Temperature Controls is a manufacturing business that produces level and temperature sensors, as well as thermowells and thermocouples, for a variety of industries. The company maintains the largest stock of RTD sensors, extension cables, liquid level switches, thermowells, and thermocouples in Australia. According to its official website, its Sefton facility (located in Sydney, Australia) carries out designing, machining, manufacturing, testing, and mechanical assembly of its components, and it crafts them according to their clients' specific requirements and specifications.
- The company has a distribution partnership with suppliers such as Shinko, ISOTECH, AOIP, Marlin Manufacturing Corporation, INOR DIN, Novus Automation, Nokeval, Tempol, Optris GmbH, Drago Automation, Grant Instruments (Cambridge) Ltd, and Dostmann.
- A thorough review of its marketing efforts reveals that the company primarily relies on its official website to market itself, as it contains more than 500 pieces of technical literature and drawings.
- Temperature Controls frequently promotes its products through exhibitions held throughout the year. Prior to the COVID-19 outbreak, the company was scheduled to appear at 14 exhibitions in 2020.
Although we were able to locate the majority of the requested information, we could not find Temperature Controls' vision statement anywhere in the public domain. We searched through all webpages within the company's official website, including the 'About Us', 'Capability Statement', and 'Company Profile.' While we were able to identify its positioning statement, there was nothing available that we could determine to be its vision or mission statement. We also searched for Temperature Control's social media accounts, which we believed would contain its official vision statement or offer links to webpages that provide the statement. However, it appears that Temperature Control does not have an active presence on social media. Although it does have a Facebook account, it has not been used since January 2014.
Furthermore, we explored through company profiles for Temperature Controls set up by sites such as Electrical Comms Data (ECD) Online, Process Online, and Australian Exporters, hoping that the sites would contain its vision statement. Nevertheless, this research strategy did not yield the results we were seeking as they only offered general information about the company.