As a family owned and operated company, our strong family ethics to build lasting relationships and solve problems are at the heart of our corporate culture. We are a committed Equal Employment Opportunity employer and reward our people on merit.
Henry SpiraFounder and Managing Director
With a background procuring goods while stationed in Germany in the US Army, Henry made his way to Australia. In 1963, Agressor was born with its first contract: manufacturing and supplying secure satchels for the Department of Defence. While others followed the swinging fashion trends of the 1960s, Henry steered his textile business in a different direction: supplying robust and cost-effective products for the conveyance of goods.
Richard SpiraExecutive Director
Richard has been a crucial component of Agressor for over 25 years. With a level headed approach to business and strong desire to satisfy his customers, Richard has enabled Agressor to grow it's highly quality product offering while keeping costs to customers low. His relationships with customers as well as manufacturing partners enable him to ensure the contentment of all parties.
Lisa SpiraBusiness Development Manager
Lisa's professional background is in Nursing. She brings her listening and rapport building skills as well as her understanding of mass product supply to Agressor, where she is responsible for procurement of large scale goods as well as business and commercial sundry items.
Michael SpiraQuality Assurance and Rural Services
30 decades of agricultural experience in north-west NSW, has provided Michael with a strong understanding of the rural landscape of Australia, its ties with the economy and its value to the manufacturing industry. Michael is responsible for all rural business matters at Agressor. He also runs the quality assurance program at Agressor.
Benjamin JacobsFinance Manager
Benny brings a wealth of financial experience to Agressor. He is passionate about helping all those he works with, be they at Agressor or an Agressor customer, to make good financial decisions and make the most of the economic climate.