- Australian Industry Group (Ai Group)
- composite panels
- Construction Products
- Deakin University
- decentralised planning
- environmentally friendly
- ETIM classification
- internal business processes
- Link Composites
- Mackay Committee
- materials handling
- polymer-based batteries
- Weld Australia
Automating decentralised planning in manufacturing
Mid-market and enterprise manufacturers often operate multiple plants in more than one country. A planning and budgeting process that is supported only by Excel results in hundreds, if not thousands, of spreadsheets being sent back and forth. This results in lower accuracy, takes up valuable time, and is generally frustrating for every finance professional that … Continue reading Automating decentralised planning in manufacturing
Removing obstacles to greener, cost effective, polymer batteries
Deakin University researchers could help address a major obstacle for developing environmentally friendly, cost effective, polymer-based batteries.
Inspiring Mackay manufacturing at welding technology showcase
BOC, Weld Australia and Diverseco have launched Weld Australia’s newly formed Mackay Committee at a technology showcase at BOC Mackay’s Gas and Welding store.
Stepping into modern manufacturing with Combilift
Queensland composite panel supplier Link Composites uses Combilift forklifts to provide a safer, space-saving materials handling process at its new factory on the Sunshine Coast.
Ai Group launches new technology model for construction products
The Australian Industry Group (Ai Group) has officially launched the implementation in Australia and New Zealand of the ETIM classification standard for the construction sector, supported by manufacturers.