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Combilift’s 60,000th truck delivered in Australia
The Irish multi-directional forklifts manufacturer Combilift recently marked a further milestone when its 60,000th unit came off the production lines at the company HQ in Monaghan, and was shipped to the other side of the world.
Made Extraordinary: Powering teams towards better
SafetyCulture takes a closer look at how teams can achieve extraordinary things in this new world of work.
Why manufacturers should accelerate digital interconnectivity to achieve a competitive edge
In today’s competitive market, manufacturers must be agile enough to respond to market demands without increasing costs and waste or impacting operational efficiency.
High-performance control in monitoring process conditions
VEGA speaks with Manufacturers’ Monthly about their display and control units for comprehensive monitoring of process conditions.
Plan for a strong yield
As the agricultural sector is poised for another bumper harvest season, Grant Gray encourages those working in the paddock to plate industries to have a conversation with their local CBC or BSC branch about upcoming equipment requirements. “Preparation is so important, particularly in light of the supply chain challenges that have been felt across the globe,” stresses the General … Continue reading Plan for a strong yield
Timken expands product line for Food and Beverage sector
With populations growing rapidly around the globe and factories producing at higher levels than imaginable some decades ago, the risk of food contamination across those factories is higher than before. The machinery at the heart of those operations requires premium components that can ensure the highest level of hygiene in production For the past few … Continue reading Timken expands product line for Food and Beverage sector
REVOLUTIONISING the industrial experience
Revolution Industrial is aptly named. One of the perks of being a large subsidiary company with an online store is being able to offer a lot more in the service area with a wide collection of products. Since it was founded in 2012, the business has literally revolutionised shopping for industrial products, stocking products from … Continue reading REVOLUTIONISING the industrial experience
Getting the best gradings
PMIT shares its expertise with the Australian market on the best aluminium gradings for different applications.
Prioritising communication in a challenging customer-facing environment
Being on the front line in a customer service role can be deeply rewarding, but it can also be challenging, especially for those who are in the unenviable position of having to call customers and ask them to settle their overdue accounts.
Making sound decisions through good partnerships
Jeremy West, managing director, West Packaging Services shares his experience about finding the right partner when he needed quick and reliable replacements for his packaging machines.
How manufacturing operations management improves shop floor control, compliance and risk management
Analogue machines as well as manual and paper-based systems are still dominant within the manufacturing sector. A recent industry whitepaper indicated that “Reliance on manual processes is (still) deeply entrenched across all functions. From data entry to communications, document handling, and employee and customer management – all critical processes are managed by a maze of several interconnected and interdependent manual processes.”
Australian made landfill-biodegradable tubing
Australian made biodegradable polyethylene tubing is helping to solve the single-use plastic issue for the environmental groundwater monitoring industry.
LIFTING STANDARDS with Australian Certified Winches
Grant Barrett set up Australian Certified Winches four years ago to address an industry issue – to design and manufacture industrial winches that are truly fit-for-purpose. “Far too often incorrect winches are designed into a system because they are either readily available, or they are promoted that they will ‘do the job’,” explains the Director … Continue reading LIFTING STANDARDS with Australian Certified Winches
Mouser Electronics adds record 62 new manufacturers in first half of 2021
Mouser Electronics, Inc., the industry’s leading New Product Introduction (NPI) distributor, continues to expand its line card by adding 62 new manufacturers to date in 2021.
How Australia can effectively commercialise collaborative research and innovation
The future of many of Australia’s industry sectors depends on innovation derived from the successful development and commercialisation of technology. A significant opportunity exists for industry to accelerate this through collaboration with our world class universities and other scientific research organisations.
Creating superior quality with 3D printers
Manufacturers’ Monthly finds out how Markforged 3D printers are improving business operations at Queensland-based mill relining technologies manufacturer Russell Mineral Equipment.
Protect your parts, maximise performance
Metal manufacturing is far more than simply machining an order of components. It involves providing optimal service for a range of customers in an assortment of industries, all with individualised requirements for the performance of their parts.
The ins and outs of managing a baler repair business
When Cameron Turner first started CP & EA Turner Baling Contracting Services from his home in Wodonga eight years ago, he welcomed the challenges and complexity of the baling business. Specialising in the Krone Square Balers that he was accustomed to operating for his baling contracts, Cam was able to corner the market in his … Continue reading The ins and outs of managing a baler repair business
IntelliDesign improves processes with Markforged 3D printer
IntelliDesign, an Australian contract designer and manufacturer of electronics, has invested in a Markforged Mark Two 3D printing machine that has enabled improved processes for prototyping and manufacturing jigs and fixtures.
Spotted: ifm’s unexpected find in Sydney
Two Australian ifm employees have discovered ifm sensors in Sydney, in an unexpected place. They shared their discovery with their colleagues in the wider ifm group of companies.