- additive manufacturing
- advanced manufacturing
- Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre (AMGC)
- atlas copco
- Australian manufacturers
- Australian manufacturing
- Australian SMEs
- Beckhoff Automation
- Black Sky Aerospace
- BSC Industrial
- Compressed Air
- digital transformation
- industrial automation
- industry 4.0
- Paddock to Plate
- schneider electric
- Seal Innovations
- South Australia
- Weld Australia
Critical manufacturing trades qualifications are being updated
Manufacturing and Engineering Industry Reference Committee chair, Kristian Stratton, speaks with Manufacturers’ Monthly about the latest skills for apprenticeship training to meet industry needs.
The benefits of a preventative maintenance plan
Sullair Australia’s Shael Esler explains the importance of having a preventative maintenance plan and how transformative it can be for a business.
FOOD AND FIBRE PRODUCTION with Simplicity
Like the namesake, Simplicity Australia’s equipment is designed to simplify agricultural practice. And they do. Simplicity’s seeder machine is dubbed ‘Australia’s Favourite Air Seeder’ and the native manufacturer is a well-recognised leader in its field, offering the largest range of air seeders in Australia and employing over 80 people. Simplicity Australia’s name also reflects its … Continue reading FOOD AND FIBRE PRODUCTION with Simplicity
A future facing pact
A circular economy is a systemic approach to economic development designed to benefit businesses, society and the environment. It is regenerative and aims to gradually decouple growth from the consumption of finite resources.
Focused on solving complex machinery skills deficit
Manufacturers’ Monthly finds out why hydraulics education is important and the role HYDAC plays here.
How can smart machines and robotics improve line performance?
Smart machines and robotics present the key to “agile manufacturing” in food and beverage by enhancing real time visibility and performance of flexible operations.
Achieving permanent traceability with laser coding technology
Ensign Laboratories sought a more robust coding solution to ensure traceability beyond the standard shelf life of their products. insignia addressed their current and future requirements through laser technology, delivering unrivalled performance and value to Ensign, their customers and the end consumer.
Stamped contacts: a convenient alternative from Treotham
The new ilme SI 5 A gold plated stamped crimp contacts from Treotham are the right solution for signal and data applications, particularly required in the automation and robotics sectors and on installations on electrical panels.
Ahrens help equip Electrolux to compete on global stage
Ahrens continue to provide cutting edge and innovative manufacturing solutions for their clients through the delivery of a new warehouse facility for Electrolux, an industry-leading global appliance company.
Giving Australian farmers the most efficient grouper bins
Brothers Kaidan and Dallas Boyd, both qualified welders, began developing their SUPA Bin design after they leased their family farm nearly three years ago. Traditionally, the Boyd family cropped 3441 hectares of wheat, barley, and canola north of West Wyalong in New South Wales. When the drought took hold, the family made the decision to … Continue reading Giving Australian farmers the most efficient grouper bins
Research finds SMEs set for growth, ready to drive up revenue
Guy Callaghan, CEO of Banjo Loans shares his thoughts with Manufacturers’ Monthly about growth strategies for SMEs following the pandemic.
Digi-Key Electronics enhances online returns and order issues portal
Digi-Key Electronics, which offers the world’s largest selection of electronic components in stock for immediate shipment, announced that it has launched an enhanced online returns and order issues portal for customers.
Arts Centre Melbourne redevelopment, supported by local manufacturing
Manufacturers’ Monthly finds out how Townley Drop Forge – a trusted Australian manufacturer of high-quality lifting and rigging components for more than 100 years – is assisting in the redevelopment of Melbourne’s Arts Precinct.
Improving productivity in seal repairs
When discussing maintenance best practices for mechanical seals in industrial plants, Raj Jadow, National Key Account Executive at Seal Innovations wants to put one point across, which is that good seal performance begins by correct seal installation. “It’s easy to detect a loosely fitted seal. Because it leaks. But how about overtightened seals? What most … Continue reading Improving productivity in seal repairs
Five soft skills to future-proof your people
Managing director of training company Innovate Learn speaks with Manufacturers’ Monthly about five important soft skills of employees to succeed.
Tackling climate- and nature-related financial disclosures for a more sustainable manufacturing sector
By Samantha Arnold, Transaction and Compliance and Tim Flower, Technical Director, Golder As disruptive as the COVID-19 pandemic has been to businesses worldwide, the escalating environmental crisis remains the biggest global risk. The need has never been greater for manufacturing companies to intensify efforts toward sustainability and to build resilience to future climate impacts.
Staying relevant through learning and training
Manufacturers’ Monthly caught up with Rod Beath, head of product, compliance and assurance learning (Australia) for SAI Global to find out more about the importance of training for the future.
How to consistently check your industrial network’s security
Global industrial connectivity supplier Moxa, distributed in Australia by Madison Technologies, reveals tips when using software to perform configurations to ensure industrial network security.
Kicking off a whole new world of energy production
Caroline Tung speaks with Energy Renaissance development director, Brian Craighead, and Innovative Manufacturing CRC CEO, David Chuter, about the advent of lithium-ion battery manufacturing in Australia, and how it could spur an entire industry. Lithium has been touted as the new power source that will revolutionise energy production in Australia. The big ambition for Energy Renaissance, Australia’s first lithium-ion battery manufacturer, is to … Continue reading Kicking off a whole new world of energy production
UNESCO: “The world needs more engineers”
Innovative engineering solutions will be vitally important in the next 10 years to help create a more resilient and equitable world, but to achieve this, more engineers are needed.