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Green Frog Systems Move to Pooraka

By September 26, 2017 No Comments

Green Frog Systems Pty. Ltd. Announces Its Move to Pooraka, SA

Green Frog Systems Pty. Ltd. has officially moved it’s corporate head office to combine with its research and development division at 51 Langford St. Pooraka, in South Australia.

“We have greatly enjoyed the few years we’ve had at the 120B Muller Rd. Greenacres location (particularly the great selection of take away food) but have simply outgrown the premises. As a rapidly expanding company we’ve had to hold off on recruiting purely due to the size of the building. We are all looking forward to this exciting new phase in the growth of our organization.

We are moving into a much larger office space that will comfortably accommodate the entire corporate office team along side the research and development division. This move to an upscale, modern office space will enable us to better serve the expanding needs of our clients as we continue to grow our team”, says Douglas Underdown, sales and distribution manager of Green Frog Systems.

Green Frog Systems Corporate Head Office

Over the past few years, the number of technical sales roles has grown substantially.  Collectively, Green Frog Systems takes a holistic approach to organizing and simplifying client goals and objectives. They provide proactive, high-level lighting design and planning services and consistently deliver advice that saves clients money.  They strive to deliver quality products to develop trust and to use their knowledge and experience to create value for their customers.

ABOUT GREEN FROG SYSTEMS PTY. LTD.

Founded in 2011, Green Frog Systems have quickly established themselves as the leading Australian designer and manufacturer of world-class road and pathway lighting, energy storage and smart connected lighting networks for extreme environments. They service clients across a wide range of industries from all over the world providing innovative lighting solutions for government, mining, industrial and commercial infrastructure

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