- Vaughan crowned VIC Master Builder of the Year
Vaughan Constructions has won the most prestigious industry award – the Master Builder of the Year Award – at the Master Builders Association Victoria Awards 2018. The awards, which showcase exceptional craftsmanship and standards of excellence in the commercial building sector, also honoured Vaughan with the award for Excellence in Construction of Industrial Buildings for its … Continue reading Vaughan crowned VIC Master Builder of the Year
- How important is traceability for manufacturers?
In manufacturing traceability is no longer a “nice to have”, it’s become compulsory. The request for transparency and accountability is not just a change demanded from industry regulators but is being heavily driven by consumers and the media. Although, this responsibility goes outside the production line and manufacturers are having to respect their part in … Continue reading How important is traceability for manufacturers?
- Easy storage and handling of glass panels with HDPE grooves
Handling glass panels in manufacturing plants can be challenging and at times hazardous due to their weight and fragility. Allplastics Engineering, a privately owned Australian business specialising in the machining, fabrication and supply of polymer/ plastic materials, came up with a solution to safely handle glass panels. Allplastics Engineering offered Evolution Windows custom made black, high … Continue reading Easy storage and handling of glass panels with HDPE grooves
- Australian Robyn Denholm announced as Tesla’s new chair
Electric car company, Tesla, has announced an Australian executive, Robyn Denholm, as its new chair, replacing Elon Musk. Denholm has been a board member at Tesla since 2014 and currently serves as the CFO and head of strategy of Telstra. Musk will remain Tesla’s chief executive. Tesla made the announcement on Wednesday night, adding that Denholm will temporarily step … Continue reading Australian Robyn Denholm announced as Tesla’s new chair
- ANSTO develops new gamma-ray radiation imaging technology
A new imaging technology developed at Australia’s Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) makes it possible to image, identify and locate gamma-ray radiation remotely – therefore reducing the risk of radiation exposure to workers. Gamma radiation measurement is required in various industrial settings where there is radiation, such as nuclear reactors, nuclear medicine facilities and high energy physics laboratories. Some … Continue reading ANSTO develops new gamma-ray radiation imaging technology