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Manufacturing for a sustainable future
The war in Ukraine has changed the world. Over the course of the last month, the world has returned to a pre-1989 Cold War state – with the added threat of nuclear and chemical weapons.
Carbon fibre innovation for Australian manufacturing
Defence contractor Thales Australia has entered into a collaboration with Deakin University and the Innovative Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre (IMCRC) to develop a lightweight composite overwrap for gun barrels. Manufacturers’ Monthly speaks to the people behind the project.
Embracing manufacturing 4.0
Central Innovation explains the importance of the seamless transfer of data between engineering and production departments.
Melbourne helicopter ride, fine dining and wine tasting experience in Siemens’ next Beyond 150 prize
Imagine being whisked away on a private flight to one of Australia’s most beautiful destinations. A bird’s eye view of Melbourne from the window of a helicopter and luxurious dining set against a backdrop of rolling green hills await this month’s winners of the Siemens Beyond 150 Competition. This immersive experience will explore how digitalisation … Continue reading Melbourne helicopter ride, fine dining and wine tasting experience in Siemens’ next Beyond 150 prize
Ingersoll-Rand Zero Gravity Intelligent Air Balancer
CAPS Australia, proud distributors of the complete range of Ingersoll-Rand equipment in Australia, is pleased to showcase the all-new Zero Gravity Intelligent Air Balancer.
Reduce CO2 and energy costs with climate control solutions
The manufacturing world is facing increased challenges like labour shortages, material costs, transportation delays and low stocks, due to the current crisis. To add to that, is the emphasis on raising energy efficiency and lowering the carbon footprint, centring on climate solutions that simplify complex cooling needs through automation and connectivity.
Big beverage brands benefit from smart conveying solutions
Quite a few of the world’s most iconic food and beverage brands have operations in Australia, central to Sydney. At the BSC Prestons branch in Sydney’s Southwest, Fady Elchab regularly works with food and beverage customers to bring their maintenance costs down, save time on production, and keep their operations up and running.
Ingenuity solving heavy rooftop challenges
Con-form Group has been challenging the perception that Industrial HVAC&R systems have to be heavy and noisy for almost ten years. Manufacturers’ Monthly speaks to the Australian engineering company about breaking the mould for roof-mounting mechanical equipment.
A new steel capability for Australian defence and shipbuilding
As Australia’s shipbuilding program gains momentum, the Navy’s next generation ships will need many materials, including steel. Manufacturers’ Monthly caught up with BlueScope Distribution to find out about its new BlueScope Distribution National Product, Processing & Solutions Hub.
How can you combat rising freight costs?
The global market is continuing to grapple with rising freight costs due to the impact of the pandemic, and now the challenge of the Russian-Ukraine war. So, what can you do?
Manufacturing the Budget
Billy Friend takes a deeper look into this year’s federal budget and its implications for Australian manufacturing.
Keeping the marine industry in propulsion
Altra Industrial Motion is the manufacturer and service provider with a portfolio of 26 world-class power transmission brands. Manufacturers’ Monthly asks the OEM what is behind its ascendency in the Australian Marine market.
Precision for battery production
Bestech Australia tells Manufacturers’ Monthly about how optimising battery production requires the best sensors to monitor measurement tasks.
Australian Manufacturing Week 2022: Where technology meets innovation
Sydney will be the stage for a showcase of the latest manufacturing technology and cutting-edge innovation in June, as the inaugural Australian Manufacturing Week exhibition takes place at Darling Harbour.
Complete paddock-to-consumer traceability for DA Hall & Co
Founded in 1958, DA Hall & Co is a privately owned agribusiness that operates one of the largest poultry and egg farms in Australia. From humble beginnings it has grown to become a large and successful integrated rural enterprise. DA Hall & Co has more than 200 employees, fulfilling a seven day-a-week operation.
The foundations to successful distributorship
As a locally owned and managed company, APS Industrial continues to grow its service capabilities around the country to complement its diverse portfolio of products. Manufacturers’ Monthly sits down with Stephen Gough, electrical products (EP) business manager about activating an advanced strategy for the low voltage electrical portion of the business.
Chipping away at sustainable forestry
Located in Geelong, Softwood Plantation Exporters (SPE) is changing the game when it comes to re-using waste product along the forestry supply chain. Born out of a partnership between Hancock Victorian Plantations (HVP) and Associated Kiln Driers (AKD) in 1996, the business offers its owners a well-located export facility that receives, processes and stores forest … Continue reading Chipping away at sustainable forestry
Workplace Health and Safety Show returns in 2022
The landmark event is back in Melbourne to present safety professionals with a range of offerings where they can compare, buy and stay updated on the latest products and policies to keep their workplace safe.
Manufacturing needs a coordinated national policy approach
Recently, New South Wales Premier Dominic Perrottet awarded a $70 million contract for the manufacture of electric buses to a western Sydney manufacturer. Custom Denning will manufacture 79 electric buses, as part of the NSW Government’s commitment for the state’s fleet of more than 8,000 buses to go green by 2030.
A beginner’s guide to digital twins
Manufacturing, energy and transportation companies are increasingly benefiting from Industry 4.0 applications after years of hype. The emergence of digital twins is one of the main reasons engineering and design teams are actualising these benefits for their enterprises.