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To Our Valued Clients and Partners,
With 2022 now in full swing, I wanted to take this opportunity to thank you, and also our entire team here at Ozland Group Solutions, for your support and advocacy for what we deliver

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The call for enhanced health and safety measures across schools, commercial buildings, retail centres and workplaces during the pandemic has revolutionised the role of the facility manager and their supporting teams.


Security in Australia is a rapidly growing industry and over the past few years, the industry has been undergoing some significant changes.


The way we are now using offices and our workplace is constantly evolving. Economic changes, technological developments, automation, globalization, and the COVID-19 pandemic have all played a crucial role in also shaping our view of these over the past 2-year.


It seems that we are being bombarded by bad climate news more and more with no end in sight. Despite the efforts of individual countries and international organisations, we are still failing to stop the growth of emissions globally.


There is no denying that electric vehicles (EV) are the future of the automotive industry. In 2021 Australia recorded 20,665 EV sales, a significant increase from the 6,900 sold in 2020, which means electric cars now make up 1.95% of the new car market.


With the recent pandemic giving everybody cause to think about all aspects of hygiene, one area we often forget is air conditioning. When people have infectious diseases, the spread can occur from people coughing, sneezing or even speaking. While droplets can’t really get into ventilation systems, the smaller particles from coughing or sneezing certainly can.


Gender equality is about fundamental human rights and it forms an integral part in our business strategy to being a world class organisation. Here at Ozland Group Solutions, we are continually striving to better embrace and expand the culture, experiences, and talents of our people across all races, genders, ages, religions, and identities.


Technology has become such a necessity to daily living, both work and leisure, that it is no longer enough for a building just to house our electronics. Now, we expect a building to be “smart” and work for us.


As our population continues to grow, the redevelopment of our cities is becoming more important than ever. As a result, this growing trend presents a great opportunity for investors to capitalise on.

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