GLA

Energy and Infrastructure

GLA has a proven track record of providing high performance products and services to the energy & infrastructure market. Whether supplying overhead line hardware used in energy networks experiencing some of the toughest conditions anywhere in Australia, to whole product procurement management (WPPM) for new power stations, GLA has consistently delivered added value to our customers through our expertise and unparalleled customer support.



Energy and Infrastructure > Key Brand Profile

Burn Brite

Burn Brite is a specialist designer and manufacturer of portable and fixed industrial, hazardous area and mine lighting and has over 55 years of experience in research and development of lighting products for industrial applications.

Fluke

Fluke is the world leader in the manufacture, distribution and service of electronic test tools and software. Since its founding in 1948, Fluke has helped define and grow a unique technology market, providing testing and troubleshooting capabilities that have grown to mission critical status in manufacturing and service industries.

Kitman

GLA offers under the Kitman brand a large array of cable termination and joint kits up to 36kV, assembled to customer requirements from components held in stock with a typical “same day – next day” turnaround.

Mitsubishi Electric

Mitsubishi Electric offers a complete range of switchgear products, including everything from air circuit breakers and compact moulded case circuit breakers to magnetic contactors and thermal overload relays. High reliability, simple installation, easy operation and trouble-free upgrading are some of the outstanding features of the Mitsubishi range of switchgear.

Petrel

Petrel is a division of Chamberlin PLC, manufacturers of lighting and control equipment for potentially explosive atmospheres. Petrel is focused on hazardous area lighting and control equipment, and maintains a long tradition of high quality product design, development and production under a strict quality management regime.


Preformed Line Products

Preformed Line Products (PLP) is an international designer and manufacturer of products and systems employed in the construction and maintenance of overhead and underground networks for energy, communications and broadband network companies.

Raychem

The most innovative utilities and industrial companies around the world use Raychem electrical power products. Designed to withstand severe outdoor exposure over long operating lifetimes, they help maintain service reliability in both overhead and underground installations. Raychem heat-shrinkable materials have been widely used to insulate, seal and mechanically protect power cable since the 1960s.


TE Connectivity - Energy

The Energy Division, a global manufacturer of products and systems for the electrical power industry, is an operating unit of TE Connectivity. Their products are extensively employed by power utilities and equipment manufacturers, in rail transport systems and in industry around the world.

Utilux

For over 80 years, Utilux has built an enviable reputation for high quality and reliable electrical terminals, connectors and tools and accessories. Utilux is a brand name of TE Connectivity.


 

Energy and Infrastructure > Key Projects

Cable Accessories - MV Terminations, HV Terminations

  • Prony Bay Power Station, Prony Bay, Noumea
  • Lane Cove Tunnel, Sydney NSW, Australia
  • Chatswood Rail Link, Sydney NSW, Australia
  • Beecroft Rail Substation, Sydney NSW, Australia

Lighting - Flame Proof Systems

  • Westgate Bridge, Melbourne VIC, Australia

Switchgear & Motor Control

  • Eraring Power Station, Eraring NSW, Australia
  • Energy Australia, NSW, Australia
 

About Us

GLA
A leading provider of high performance products and solutions to Australian industry since 1908.

Engineered for Excellence™

Key Partner Brands

Armstrong Burn Brite
Cavius Dynafor
Fluke
Helvar Holec
Kitman Mitsubishi Electric
Petrel PLP
Ramflex Raychem
TE Connectivity Tirfor
Transition Networks Utilux
Zip-Clip
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