Fleurieu Living Magazine

Short, sharp and instinctive.

Ron Langman is what one would call an early adopter – a risk taker, a maverick and an entrepreneur. A combination of being in the right place at the right time and great foresight, instinct and ingenuity enabled him to become an astute businessman in early adulthood.

Ron was in the A-stream at high school but failed English, so rather than repeat, he opted to go into a lower stream. Ron cites undertaking arts and technical studies in grade ten as the turning point that gave him a technical grounding which has remained a great asset to this

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