After three years of a thoroughly enjoyable role with Intrack, please be advised that as of today, I am now on maternity leave and Intrack Systems has a new contact.
For all Intrack questions or orders, please contact David Lazzari.
Phone: 03 9798 4433
Mobile: 0418 330 166
David joins the Intrack team with extensive experience in the industry. He’ll continue the excellent level of service you expect from Intrack.
Team Intrack wrapped up a project installing 100mm untapered internal halyard flagpoles at the Burwood Heights Shopping Centre.
They look so good, you almost don’t even see the abandoned shopping trolley nestled between them (pictured right).
Our 100mm untapered internal halyard flagpoles are very cost effective and can be fabricated to 7.0 or 8.0 metres tall.
For more information about raising the profile of your business with a corporate flagpole, contact Intrack.
by Janelle Harte
Congratulations to the Hawthorn Football Club for winning the AFL Premiership and the Sydney Roosters for winning the NRL Premiership for 2013.
It was a year when the Essendon Football Club was put through the ringer and news that Buddy is off to Sydney (we didn’t see that coming). Also, shock horror to all the Collingwood fans that Thomas is following his old coach to their rival Carlton. Lastly, congrats to my fave, Gazza, on winning the Brownlow and sorry my second fave, Selwood, for coming in second place.
So, as they say in footy, there is always next year …
Now is the time to focus on the 2014 football year. Intrack has the solution for all your football needs. From affordable junior goal posts for schools to premium goal posts at AFL level. Call Intrack today for expert advice on any of your sporting post enquiries.
by Janelle Harte
After eight months of negotiation, Intrack received an order from the Hacer Group for 207 poles to be used as a roof feature on the Harvest Apartments, Clarendon Street, Southbank. It entailed four pole lengths, 7.0 metres, 5.7 metres, 4.8 metres and 4.2 metres, to be powder coated in three colours, green, grey and off-white.
Mark Hill worked on the specifications of poles and bases. Matt Keen worked on the pole design for customer sign off. Greg Harte, along with Alex Shrafat, fabricated the poles and individually packed and numbered them onto stillages, and I worked out the sequences in order of how the poles were to be installed on the roof.
Thanks to Glenn being flexible with Intrack and Hacer, the poles were delivered in two batches. Deep made the first delivery and Greg made the second.
The project went smoothly and is a credit to Aluminium Industries and Intrack for the level of expertise we have under our belts and our support network.
The Harvest Apartments will be entered into the Masters Builders Association Awards. The relationship established with the Hacer Group means we will get a commendation for the high quality product and level of customer service we provide.
To all the owners of a flagpole, here is your opportunity to show your national pride and fly the Aussie Flag Tuesday, 3rd September to mark the day of our flag’s birthday.
The announcement that the Governor General had officially proclaimed 3 September as Australian National Flag Day was made at a special ceremony held at Martin Place, Sydney. (read more)
The Australian National Flag was officially flown “aloft and free” for the first time at the Royal Exhibition Buildings, Melbourne on 3 September 1901 in the presence of Australia’s first Prime Minister Edmund Barton.
The design was the product of a public design competition held to find a national flag for the new Australian nation. At that time, following Federation, the sentiment freely expressed across the new states was of “One people, one nation, one flag”.
That same sentiment is equally relevant today. (read more about Flag Day)
The publication Australian flags is available free of charge from the electorate offices of Federal Members of Parliament and Senators. (visit itsanhonour.gov.au)
Frankston City Council at Carrum Downs receives 125mm x 10.0mtr Stepped Flagpoles.
Intrack Systems Australia won the tender to supply and install flagpoles on the EastLink Freeway on behalf of Frankston City Council.
The initial tender was for 8.0mtr flagpoles, however Intrack recommended a larger flagpole be used to have the capability to take a larger flag and therefore keep all flag sizes the same throughout Council.
Greg from Intrack noticed the existing flagpoles at Gumbuya Park were not rotating and therefore their flags always kept on ripping. Intrack approached Gumbuya Park and advised them of the situation. As a result Gumbuya Park ordered Intrack’s 60mm x 6.0mtr Rota Arm Flagpoles and, you can see for yourself, the results are eye catching!
“Thanks Janelle. I am so glad you called us and yes they do look great. Very Pleased. Thanking you guys” Deb Kluske. Gumbuya Park.
– We are based in Dandenong South
– We have been in operation for 17 years
– We are all Australian Made
Our services include:
– Goal post & Flagpole maintenance
– Flag scheduling and storing
– Traffic management
– Boom and operator for hire
Team Intrack is super excited to announce the launch of our new website and blog.
We invest our energy and efforts where it matters most, taking care of our customers. In our spare time, we built a new site with the intention of it being a resource for our customers and others with flagpole and goal post questions.
Along with the new intrack.com.au, we have a shiny new blog. Our plan is to address frequently asked questions about flagpoles, introduce new product lines and inject more of our team’s personality into Intrack’s digital profile.
Thanks for stopping by and we look forward to helping you.
It’s not new, just official.
Intrack is happy to announce we’ve joined the Australian Made Campaign to give our customers ready access to an Australian flagpole and sporting post manufacturer.
Australians want products manufactured in Australia and look to spend their dollars with companies that are here and reinvest in their communities. We understand this, because it’s what we do in our day-to-day life, too.
We took steps to verify Intrack’s Australian Made practices, to make it easier for clients to know they can trust what we say. You know it’s part of who we are and our core values.
And we think that’s pretty cool.