VASP, one of Australia’s leading specialist provider of network design, deployment and integration services across the high-performance telecommunications industry, has thanked the State Member for Baulkham Hills, David Elliott, for visiting its facility at Bella Vista last week.
VASP Chief Executive Officer, Virginio Archetti, said Mr Elliott undertook a 90-minute long tour of the VASP administration and operations centre within the Norwest Business Park.
He was briefed on the company’s current research and development (R&D), apprenticeship employment programs and latest innovations being utilised by VASP in projects across Australasia, the South Pacific and Papua New Guinea.
Mr Elliott, who is the Chairman of the NSW Parliament’s Economic Development Committee, met with the VASP Board, Senior Management, engineers and other technical support staff, during the site visit on Thursday 24 January.
“The tour provided us with the opportunity to brief Mr Elliott on VASP’s capacity to deliver innovative, end to end solutions for our customers through the high-performance telecommunications network,” Mr Archetti said.
“VASP is a specialist provider of network design, deployment and integration services and we continue to roll out communications networks across the private and public sectors, covering all major industry sectors.
“We would like to thank Mr Elliott for his interest and support in VASP, operating as a leading global specialist telecommunications provider, based at Bella Vista, in his electorate of Baulkham Hills.”
As part of its’ Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Program throughout the community, Mr Archetti said VASP would be a major sponsor of a weekly football clinic at Bella Vista for children with special needs, in season 2013, in conjunction with ASR Football.
VASP Group was incorporated in NSW in 2002 by engineers Virginio Archetti and Steven Percossi.
VASP customers include all major telecommunications service providers and vendors as well as a number of government and enterprise businesses across Australasia, the South Pacific and Papua New Guinea.