Projects and Commercial Manager
Johnny Salsa is our Projects and Commercial manager and is in charge of liaising with customers. His responsibilities include discussing with tenders to ask for quotations and to understand the specific needs of a client in order to achieve satisfaction both internally and with clients. Both Johnny’s education achievements of a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering (Mechanical) and many faithful years of service in the manufacturing industry have helped supplement LA Services both on a practical and technical level. His profound insights not only provides solutions to complex problems but also reflects our drive in giving our clients the highest quality service and products. He was compelled to join our family due to our leading reputation in the oil and gas industry, and has not looked back since.
His proactive nature is not limited to his work ethic where he finds leisure in playing soccer and volunteers for his local club. Johnny has high hopes for the future of manufacturing, as he believes there is great potential for Australia to be deemed as the “high-end” manufacturers of the world. As LA Services continues to increase our ventures into I4.0, he believes that both our family and Australian manufacturers are capable of adhering to any requirement and demands that our international and domestic clients require of us. So long as we strive to improve our manufacturing processes and continue producing the highest quality products, he can only envision the return of the industrial industry.
David Fox is one of our most valuable mentors and teachers of LA Services as he goes above and beyond in creating a new history for our family. He is the bridge between a conservative industry and modern innovation as he connects with countless students to impart his years of experience in the manufacturing field. His work has extended to not only secondary students but also participates in Western Sydney University Launch Pad’s pilot I4.0 Advanced Manufacturing Network sharing lessons in transforming manufacturing across the technical and social spectrum.
Creating a close bond through mentoring is a great way to understand the perceptions and needs of our students in order to create a deeply engaging work environment . And in turn, we change these perceptions accordingly.