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Time to bring award system into 21st century
We need an award system that looks after employees but also does away with red tape and excessive union interference in the workplace. Innes Willox writes.
Procurement – it’s not just about cost cutting
According to Barry Thomas, these days effective procurement is also about establishing and maintaining valuable business relationships.
What is the Fourth Industrial Revolution?
Much has been written about Industry 4.0 being the next industrial revolution, but how many Australian manufacturers really understand the concept?
Technology will be at the heart of new industries
New jobs will be created only by new industries powered by technology-led intelligence and connectivity.
What will the post-election future look like for SA?
The SA government was re-elected with a lower house minority last month. Where does the manufacturing industry fit into its plans? Jack Baldwin reports.
FLIR T-Series thermal imagers remove limits on thermal inspection productivity
FLIR Systems Australia announces the launch of the T-Series thermal imaging cameras designed to streamline thermal inspections.
Adaptalift Hyster and AET improve productivity and reduce downtime at Coca-Cola Amatil
Adaptalift Hyster recently collaborated with Coca-Cola Amatil on a project to modify CCA’s battery room at their Eastern Creek site in New South Wales.
Bosch packaging innovations meeting global hygiene standards to launch at Interpack 2014
Bosch Packaging Technology will be launching several new packaging innovations at the upcoming Interpack 2014 exhibition in Duesseldorf, Germany.
Touch screen controller monitoring industrial dust collectors
Camfil Farr announces a new touch screen controller designed to provide full monitoring of all functions of industrial dust collection equipment.
Not just a foundry: Keech plans to lead Australia in additive manufacturing
Keech’s efforts to become a “one-stop” engineering and manufacturing provider to its region and beyond continue, with further investments in additive manufacturing machinery planned in the next few months.
Exciting things in the pipeline for SA welding tech company
Formed to commercialise an innovative and highly useful technology developed at the CSIRO, K-TIG (short for keyhole TIG, a description of the welding process it uses) is beginning to see export success.
Record-sized toothpaste production needs massive geared motors
EKATO has scaled up the largest model from its UNIMIX line to more than double the size, thereby implementing the largest discontinuous toothpaste production system in the world.
Endeavour Awards finalists announced from record field
Manufacturers’ Monthly is delighted to announce that our finalists for the 11th Endeavour Awards have been selected, from a record field of candidates.
Getting away from cars: how to make diversification work
The difficult task of diversification is a must for hundreds of South Australian businesses in the automotive supply network. Brent Balinski spoke to one company that’s negotiated the leap early and successfully.
Manufacturers’ Monthly’s Dragon Dictate for Mac Version 4 giveaway
To celebrate the release of Nuance Communications Australia’s Dragon Dictate for Mac, Version 4.0, Manufacturers’ Monthly is giving away the software to three of our lucky readers.
Switched on: How speed and productivity keep Clipsal competitive
The company that produces the ubiquitous Clipsal switch, Schneider Electric, is able to remain competitive in Australia by combining highly productive practices, being very responsive to customers, and a strong brand. Brent Balinski spoke to the company’s David Gardner.
Choose the right PDF solution for your manufacturing firm
Many firms remain unaware that a review of their PDF requirements can deliver savings.
Five Machinery Maintenance Tips to Extend Equipment Life and ROI
Maintaining the factory machinery in is the most important thing a large manufacturing company can do for itself, its workers and its bank account.
Redarc realises the power of investing
Lonsdale’s Redarc Electronics, a maker of power solutions for vehicles, has found success through ambitious goals and a constant re-investment of revenues in its people and facilities. Owner and CEO Anthony Kittel told Brent Balinski about what it takes to be a successful Australian electronics company.
Compressor delivers quality air and lowers energy costs
Atlas Copco’s oil-free compressor features variable speed drive technology and reduces energy costs even though it is bigger unit.