Keogh's Marine

Keogh's Marine
Keogh's Marine
Electrical Power-LABRADOR, QLD
Electrical Power-Labrador, QLD
Keogh's Marine – History Keogh's Marine is not one of these companies who has just appeared overnight – far from it! Once upon a time (way back in 1975) in a southern state far, far away (..
8/227A Brisbane Rd, Labrador, Qld, 4215.
8/227A Brisbane Rd, Labrador, Qld, 4215.
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Keogh's Marine – History Keogh's Marine is not one of these companies who has just appeared overnight – far from it! Once upon a time (way back in 1975) in a southern state far, far away (Sydney, NSW!) Mick Keogh (business owner and founder) finished his auto electrician apprenticeship. From here Mick then did various auto electrician jobs in Sydney gaining experience on cars, trucks, boats and whatever else came his way. In 1980, Mick saw the light and lifestyle of God's country and move to the Gold Coast. He started working for Micro Logic (a marine electronics retailer/supplier) as a technician/installer and this is where his love for boats and the marine industry began. In 1984, Mick started working at Runaway Bay Marine Electrics as a marine electrician and it was here that Mick gathered the essential experience for the founding of Keogh's Marine. With his new (and current) wife and a new family imminent, Mick moved back to his Sydney Eastern suburbs roots and went out on his own and formed Keogh's Marine. Basing himself around the prestigious Point Piper Marina, Mick established himself and earned a reputation as a quality marine electrician who could be counted on. In 2000 the lure of the Queensland lifestyle made Mick relocate back to the Gold Coast where he quickly built up the reputation as one of the best marine electrical firms on the Gold Coast – running up to seven electricians at its peak. By 2004, Mick had well and truly outgrown the office in his garage and moved to the factory unit in Brisbane Road, Labrador, from where Keogh's Marine still operates. In 2007, Mick appointed a dedicated sales and marketing manager, David Edmondson, to expand the wholesale side of the business. That year also saw the early formation of the KME website www.keoghsmarineelectrics.com.au which has been a huge success for Keogh's Marine. During 2008 and 2009, when the GFC hit and when many businesses in the marine industry were unfortunately struggling, Keogh's Marine's wholesale side flourished. The company invested in a brand new showroom with a large working display of marine electronics and marine electrical products.
Keogh's Marine – History
Keogh's Marine is not one of these companies who has just appeared overnight – far from it!  Once upon a time (way back in 1975) in a southern state far, far away (Sydney, NSW!) Mick Keogh (business owner and founder) finished his auto electrician apprenticeship.  From here Mick then did various auto electrician jobs in Sydney gaining experience on cars, trucks, boats and whatever else came his way.

In 1980, Mick saw the light and lifestyle of God's country and move to the Gold Coast.  He started working for Micro Logic (a marine electronics retailer/supplier) as a technician/installer and this is where his love for boats and the marine industry began. In 1984, Mick started working at Runaway Bay Marine Electrics as a marine electrician and it was here that Mick gathered the essential experience for the founding of Keogh's Marine.

With his new (and current) wife and a new family imminent, Mick moved back to his Sydney Eastern suburbs roots and went out on his own and formed Keogh's Marine.  Basing himself around the prestigious Point Piper Marina, Mick established himself and earned a reputation as a quality marine electrician who could be counted on. 

In 2000 the lure of the Queensland lifestyle made Mick relocate back to the Gold Coast where he quickly built up the reputation as one of the best marine electrical firms on the Gold Coast – running up to seven electricians at its peak. By 2004, Mick had well and truly outgrown the office in his garage and moved to the factory unit in Brisbane Road, Labrador, from where Keogh's Marine still operates.

In 2007, Mick appointed a dedicated sales and marketing manager, David Edmondson, to expand the wholesale side of the business. That year also saw the early formation of the KME website www.keoghsmarineelectrics.com.au which has been a huge success for Keogh's Marine.

During 2008 and 2009, when the GFC hit and when many businesses in the marine industry were unfortunately struggling, Keogh's Marine's wholesale side flourished. The company invested in a brand new showroom with a large working display of marine electronics and marine electrical products. 
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