Adarsh Australia expands with new Okuma CNC machining centre

Adarsh Australia

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Adarsh Australia, a Western Australian manufacturing and engineering company, has expanded its facility through the addition of the latest Okuma CNC vertical machining centre. 

Adarsh Australia is a private family business founded in 1995 and is part of a group of companies employing more than 80 personnel. The group offers CNC machining, casting and forging, fabrication, wire cutting and plastics manufacturing. 

Adarsh Australia has an established, long-term relationship with Okuma Australia going back more than 25 years. Its new machine, an Okuma Model Genos M660-V-e S15 with OSP-P300MA-H Control, joins 17 other Okuma machines in Adarsh Australia’s machining workshop. 

“The performance of the Okuma machines has always been exceptional, and the service we receive from Okuma’s WA branch manager John Dale complements our business strategy of excellent performance, skilled training and quality technical support and advice,” Adarsh Australia director Faz Pollard said. 

“The new machine provides us with increased capacity and the ability to expand into larger component manufacturing and new business opportunities.” 

Skilled operators in Adarsh Australia’s machine shop are excited at the expanded functionality of the new machining centre, and the opportunities it brings for expansion and job security going forward. 

Adarsh Australia is recognised in WA for producing high-quality components. Its sales are nationwide, with a significant percentage of components going to export via the end clients. 

The company services a range of industries including mining, defence, sub-sea projects, automotive and agriculture. It is expanding further into the health sector, having been involved in the production of high-quality face shields for WA’s frontline health workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. There, they worked with biomedical engineers from East Metropolitan Health Services Centre for Implant Technology and Retrieval Analysis. 

“The future looks secure for this advanced manufacturing company, as it looks to expand into additional high-quality medical products, and with a development project underway into a recycling paper plant to process waste into finished products,” Okuma WA branch manager John Dale said. 

“A trusted and strong long-term relationship is so important. At Okuma, reliability, accuracy and fast turnaround times are something we strive for.” 

For more information, visit Adarsh Australia and Okuma Australia online.