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The Newspaper Article

Posted On 6 Apr 2017

14 years ago when Gold Coast laser cutting first opened its doors, the gold coast bulletin printed a story on the business. Recently the Gold coast bulletin printed a follow up story, outlining the significant growth and changes the business has experienced across the past 14 years. 

Staff Numbers have grown from 1 to 85 and our facility has grown from 350M3 to 6500M3 under roof.

See the original article here:

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See the 2017 follow up article here:

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