Australia’s biggest distributor of industrial components is now partnered with the US’s largest. Manufacturers’ Monthly finds out how you can’t go wrong with Inenco Industrial Solutions. There are not many businesses that can successfully grow from a family-owned operation into the leading company in its field. But that is exactly what Inenco Group have done. … Continue reading Putting together the puzzle
Australian-made 3D printers will be installed on Australian Navy vessels in a trial of in-situ advanced manufacturing. Announced on November 21, the Department of Defence will invest $1.5 million in the Supersonic Deposition 3D printer pilot, a world first. The printers will be used on patrol vessels to streamline maintenance processes, as Minister for Defence … Continue reading Australian-made 3D printers to be installed on Navy vessels
Manufacturers of equipment, products, and services to the mining and oil and gas sectors should consider the disruptive impact of 3D printing, according to a new report from Global Data. In part driven by the remote geographic nature of oil and gas facilities, 3D printed products, or manufacturers who products can be 3D printed on … Continue reading 3D printing to shape the future of oil and gas
Truck component manufacturer Abcor has secured a five-year contract to supply high-end bull bars for Isuzu. Abcor will be producing the bullbars for Australian and New Zealand markets, with the potential to export to other markets. The deal was two years in the making, according to Abcor director John Kaias. “The partnership approach was important … Continue reading Victorian manufacturer to supply Isuzu truck components
By this end of this month, Ballarat manufacturer MaxiTrans will have filled 70 positions needed to construct 395 heavy vehicle trailers for Coles. In April, the company secured a $60 million contract to build Coles’ refrigerated and non-refrigerated trailers at its plant in Wendouree, Ballarat, which will feature components made at its plant in Hallam. … Continue reading Victorian manufacturer to fill 70 jobs for trailer contract
Composite technology company Quickstep Holdings has announced that it has passed a 100-part a month milestone, producing 108 parts in September for the Joint Strike Fighter.
Workers at ACL Bearing in Tasmania and APV Automotive Components in Melbourne will be losing their jobs within weeks.