HST

Hastie Group (HST)

Stock Code

HST

Stock Exchange

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Hastie Group (HST) is a market leader in the provision of essential business services and refrigeration systems. The Company provides commercial and industrial air conditioning, mechanical, electrical, hydraulics and refrigeration products and systems. HST is a part of S&P/ASX-200 Index and it listed on the ASX on March 29, 2005. The Company operates in Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom and Ireland and the Middle East, with more than 7,000 employees serving the Company at in excess of 60 locations.

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