Read about the many services Serco delivers right around the world.
Learn about the essential services Serco has been delivering since the 1920s.
Our values are at the heart of our business.
Learn about how we are seeking to make a positive difference in our local communities.
Serco has been recognised by a number of external bodies for outstanding service delivery.
Meet our Executive Team who deliver customer focused solutions across diverse markets
Bringing service to life
Learn more about the services we deliver across Asia Pacific.
Learn about some of the successes our staff have achieved.
Read about some of the creative solutions our staff have made in the workplace.
One of our greatest strengths is that we live locally, think locally, act locally, and are supported globally.
Image: Serco Asia Pacific CEO Mark Irwin and Dr. Nick Gales, Director Australian Antarctic Division.
Australia’s new ASRV Icebreaker reached the next significant milestone in its development, with the first section of keel laid in a ceremony in Galati, Romania on 25 August.The Icebreaker is a $1.91 billion investment by the Australian Government. Serco Australia is project managing the overall ship design and building process for the Department of Environment and Energy, and will then operate and maintain the icebreaker from its home port of Hobart when it is delivered in 2020.The Keel Laying Ceremony is a maritime tradition marking the start of the shipbuilding process. As part of the ceremony four coins were placed under the keel. This tradition is said to bring luck to the ship during construction and to the captain and crew during her operational life.The coins represent the four countries involved in designing and building this Icebreaker – Australia, Denmark, the Netherlands and Romania. The organisation that developed the initial concept design for Australia’s new Icebreaker is from Denmark. Serco’s key subcontractor Damen Naval Shipbuilding is from the Netherlands, and the shipyard where the Icebreaker is being constructed is in Galati, Romania.Serco Australia CEO Mark Irwin, who attended the ceremony, said the keel laying marked the end of the functional design of the vessel.“This now allows our Serco engineers to confirm that the ‘paper design’ will meet with the needs of the Serco crew and the AAD’s expectations,” Mr Irwin said.“It is an exciting step towards bringing the vision of the Australian Antarctic Division to life which will expand and strengthen Australia’s position of science leadership in Antarctica.“As construction progresses here at Damen Shipyards Galati, the volume and pace of activities will grow and intensify. We at Serco look forward to this vessel’s acceptance into service and its arrival in Australia in mid 2020.”Media contact: Tim Evans, +61 409 389 358General media enquiries: Serco media line, +61 (0) 2 9409 8700 or email@example.com
Serco is an international service company with a standing ambition to be a superb provider of public services. Around the world, we improve essential services by managing people, processes, technology and assets more effectively.We advise policy makers, design innovative solutions, integrate systems and – most of all – deliver to the public. Serco supports governments, agencies and public sector organisations which seek a trusted partner with a solid track record of providing assured service excellence.Serco Asia Pacific (ASPAC) has been operating for more than 20 years across Australia, New Zealand and China with a proven track record in delivering the most demanding, complex and sensitive solutions for government clients.Employing around 9,000 people in the ASPAC region, we apply world’s best practice, insights and technology across seven key sectors: Justice; Health; Citizen Services; Immigration; Defence; Transport and Facility Services.