During the first three years Broens established a large enough customer base to rent a factory at Lurnea. The company continued to grow and by 1986 occupied three factory units, providing toolmaking and general engineering. It was during this recession period when the business experienced a continuous dramatic growth and it became essential for Carlos to plan ahead for the company's inevitable expansion in size.

Land was purchased in August 1986 to build a new factory in York Road Ingleburn. However due to the company's dramatic growth rate it wasn't long before the company again required a much larger facility. In 1995 another building almost doubling in floor space to 6,039m2 was built at Williamson Road, Ingleburn. Along with this extra floor space, this new facility housed the latest in equipment allowing Broens to continue meeting the industries high demands. This new location also provided enough surrounding land to accommodate for the planned expansion in 2002, when the plant doubled in size with a new assembly bay area.

In 2003 Broens Industries strategically acquired the assets of Kirby Engineering. The combined resources and know how of Kirby and Broens created an outstanding capability in machine technology and process Automation.

By 2007 Broens had strategically acquired two businesses in South Australia - Static Engineering and Calbic Engineering. Both facilities cleverly situated side by side in Elizabeth South formed the new sister company to Broens Industries known as "Broens SA". Broens SA provided the company an expansion in highly skilled staff, technical expertise and production facilities. With these combined capabilities Broens was now in the ultimate position to deliver to a broader market, offering both local and overseas customer's quality accredited, highly complex and technologically advanced engineering products and services.

In 2017, Broens SA was re launched by new owners, operating out of a purpose-built facility in Elizabeth, South Australia; utilising state of the art machining, fabrication and metrology capabilities, including 5 and 6 axis machining and one of the largest coordinate measuring machine’s (CMM) in the southern hemisphere, this acquisition ensures the ongoing support of quality machined components to the defence, mining and commercial markets globally.
“By establishing Broens SA, we have expanded our capability and are in a position to offer unique, precision manufacturing capability, positioning ourselves to offer more products and services to Defence & supporting prime contractors to increase Australian Industry Capability”


As a proud privately owned engineering company, servicing Australia's Commercial, Defence and Mining & Industrial sectors from a world class advanced manufacturing facilities in South Australia. Broens SA continues to grow and better service the needs of its customers. 
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