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From field to factory to your family there are many links in the chain
During harvest season farmers across Australia reap what they have sown during planting season in the form of fresh produce. This raw product is transported to Food and Beverage manufacturing plants around Australia for processing into consumer products – from staples such as bread, milk and butter to snack foods such as potato chips, orange … Continue reading From field to factory to your family there are many links in the chain
A forecast for the post-pandemic industrial landscape
As an island nation with some of the harshest environmental conditions on the globe; Australia has always had be to be nimble in terms of sourcing innovations and solutions. In the past few years, Australian industry has experienced a significant disruption in supply chain and logistics processes — with overseas sourced components contending with shipping … Continue reading A forecast for the post-pandemic industrial landscape
How the best get better: Introducing 3M™ Cubitron™ II Fibre Disc 982CX Pro
The 3M™ Cubitron™ II Fibre Disc 982CX Pro features 3M’s pioneered microreplication grain technology with pyramid-shaped precision fibre discs that cut through metal like a hot knife through butter – except without the heat.
Driving longevity with Gates® software tool
A quarry or mining plant potentially has hundreds of different belt drives. How can a site or reliability manager ensure belts are achieving their life expectancy and that drives are working at optimal efficiency? According to Steve Hittmann, the Gates® Design Flex™ Pro™ free software tool is designed exactly for this purpose, providing real cost … Continue reading Driving longevity with Gates® software tool
Kemppi’s new X5 FastMig welding machine a perfect match for the busy fabricator
Manufacturers’ Monthly finds out about Kemppi’s new X5 FastMig welding system and what sets it apart from other machines on the market.
Engineering the next generation of materials with biomanufacturing
Manufacturers’ Monthly speaks with CSIRO’s Land and Water Science Director, Dr Paul Bertsch, about the potential of synthetic biology and how it is expected to transform advanced biomanufacturing in Australia by the year 2040.
After-market service an important part of the mix
When Rod Lucas invested in a second-hand mixer, the most critical part he needed was knives. To make that happen, he called BSC in Wagga Wagga – and, as always, they delivered.
Ahrens help build Australia’s sovereign manufacturing capabilities
Pharmacy giant Sigma Healthcare engage Ahrens to deliver a critical distribution centre that will service Tasmania.
How Banjo supports the Prima Fresh Group’s growth with their working capital solutions
Banjo Loans tells Manufacturers’ Monthly about a local manufacturing company and how its supporting them with their finances.
Sensors that keep up with the volatility
Manufacturers’ Monthly speaks with Michael Matheson, electrical and instrument engineer for explosives at Orica Yarwun, and Graeme Corder, Brisbane area manager for VEGA Australia, about how the “VEGAPULS 64” non-contact radar level transmitter has been instrumental in maintaining operations at Orica.
Universal Robots invests in local market
Universal Robots’ commitment to manufacturers in Australia and New Zealand can be underpinned by its investment in its people.
insignia solves Ensign Laboratories’ enduring traceability challenge beyond the shelf
When it comes to coding in challenging environments, personal care products are some of the harshest for coding due to the ingredient profiles used within the products.
Chain lube keeps ag machines running smooth
In line with recent innovations in the field of lubrication, aerosols and adhesive technology, most modern harvester machines contain a self-oiling reservoir or a self-greasing board for providing an ongoing source of lubrication. However, according to Angela Chardon, the Managing Director at Candan Industries – who produce the popular INOX lubricants – many farmers still … Continue reading Chain lube keeps ag machines running smooth
Federal opposition leader visits DECO manufacturing facility
Federal opposition leader Anthony Albanese visited Australian manufacturer, DECO Australia, on 7 October to learn more about the company’s innovative manufacturing processes and products and discuss issues facing Australian manufacturing SMEs.
Creating safer welding for workers, one site at a time
One of Australia’s largest providers of industrial and safety supplies, Blackwoods, shares how the business is protecting workers from the dangers of welding fumes.
Chillers – a cost-saving, environmentally friendly cooling solution for your applications
Manufacturers Monthly finds out about Thermofisher’s new Thermo Scientific air-cooled chillers, an alternative source of cool water to improve efficiency and returns on investment for the manufacturer.
End-to-end Traceability: The Danone Journey
We are all consumers, which is why we are more and more concerned about the food we eat and its safety. We have also become more responsible consumers, buying more green and sustainable products. Further, this fact has been accelerated during the global pandemic we are still facing worldwide.
Not all coupling solutions are created equally
The Fenner name is synonymous with drive and power. With over 150 years of engineering drive systems and power transmission behind them, they were well-suited for acquisition by Motion Asia Pacific in 2011. BSC Product Manager for Drive Systems and Power Transmission, Troy Markland, says with Fenner under his belt, the future of manufacturing is … Continue reading Not all coupling solutions are created equally
A true bearing for business, 50 years strong
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the joint venture between Japanese bearing manufacturer NTN Corporation and bearing supply and service business CBC Australia. The two companies have been working together in Australia since the late 1960s when the Japanese manufacturer began to grow its business abroad and shook hands with CBC founders to exclusively … Continue reading A true bearing for business, 50 years strong
No lubrication in spite of metal with maintenance-free igubal polymer spherical bearings
Lubrication-free igus spherical balls now available from Treotham with cost-effective sheet metal housing.