German welding manufacturer Lorch Schweißtechnik will launch to the Australian market during National Manufacturing Week (NMW), from 14 to 17 May at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
This year’s NMW theme is ‘Industrial Evolution’ with the conference program and exhibition floor highlighting the industry’s transition into adopting high-tech solutions and integration of high-level engineering expertise.
During NMW, Lorch will showcase its products at the Welding Technology Zone, where attendees can learn about advanced welding processes through interactive workshops.
Lorch has a long and successful history of welding equipment sales in the South Pacific region (Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific islands) under private branding arrangements.
“We are quickly gaining success across the South Pacific with cutting edge welding technology, made in Germany. Lorch offers leading new welding solutions fully optimised for South Pacific major industry sectors including mining, general fabrication, structural steel, and ship building,” said David Wilton, Lorch managing director and co-owner.
The welding equipment Lorch engineers is considered ‘future proof.’ Designed for the industrial revolution 4.0, its equipment meets the demand for intelligent, digitalised systems, and networking solutions.