With economists reporting on the continued growth on the Australian economy, one had to see it to believe it and NMW 2019 was testament to that fact. Manufacturers’ Monthly reports. From the opening hour of day one at 10am to the final day, National Manufacturing Week (NMW) 2019 had long queues reminiscent of mega sales … Continue reading Innovation and evolution for the future at NMW
The show, which will be held at Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park, has sold the allocation of exhibition space launched originally and due to popular demand will now expand into the adjoining hall 3B.
All too often, in our experience, our customers choose their vision system based predominantly on hardware specs, without giving enough attention to the software.
The brand new Doing Business in Europe symposium is fast approaching, with a small number of audience places still available for manufacturers wanting expert perspectives and exclusive networking opportunities.
Falls from heights are an ongoing safety concern in all industrial environments. According to the Safe Work Australia report, Work-Related Injuries and Fatalities Involving A Fall From Height, in 2010–11, 7730 claims for serious injury were lodged due to a fall from a height. This means that 21 employees each day lodged a claim for a falls-related injury that required one or more weeks off work.
National Manufacturing Week (NMW) 2017 will once again showcase thought leaders in manufacturing in its central R&D Hub presentation theatre, Safety First theatre, and a range of co-located special events.
Australia’s largest workplace health and safety event, Safety in Action, took place this year in Sydney, exhibiting the latest systems, products, and seminars to encourage safety in the workplace. Manufacturers’ Monthly was on site speaking to some of the companies that attended. Sharon Masige writes.
The Australian Packaging and Processing Machinery Association (APPMA) will exhibit for the first time at FoodTech PackTech 2016, this October in Auckland.
We are pleased to announce the launch of the annual Manufacturers’ Monthly Endeavour Awards – the premier night for recognising the industry’s successes – for 2017.
It is estimated that untreated mental health conditions cost Australian workplaces approximately $10.9 billion per year, comprising of $4.7 billion in absenteeism, $6.1 billion in presenteeism and $145 million in compensation claims. Business owners and organisational leaders play a critical role in driving practices that promote mental health in the workplace.
Innovation might be a word some are sick of, but it remains essential for success. Melbourne-based manufacturer Trajan Scientific and Medical shared a few insights into what it involves for them. Brent Balinski writes.
Chris Gilbey and Phil Aitchison from Imagine Intelligent Materials took a stand at the leading geosynthetics industry event in the USA this week. The world’s top engineering, manufacturing and installation companies in geosynthetics were at GeoAmericas 2016, held in Miami this year. Gilbey said, “I was amazed at the level of interest in our imgne … Continue reading Aussie innovation impresses at leading geosynthetics event
Against a solid backdrop of manufacturing industry growth, this year’s National Manufacturing Week (NMW) will prove a buoyant meeting place for businesses looking for ideas, technologies and solutions that can help their businesses get ahead.
Registration is now open for National Manufacturing Week 2016 (May 11 – 13, Sydney), Australia’s most comprehensive showcase of manufacturing innovation, information and inspiration.
The Manufacturers Monthly third Factories of the Future breakfast event is now only 1 week away!
The American Chamber of Commerce in Australia is holding its Inaugural Innovation Mission next month, exploring some of the reasons behind the USA’s tech business success. Brent Balinski reports.
Four members of the Australian Manufacturing Forum on LinkedIn will feature in the first session at the Advanced Manufacturing Summit 2015, to be held from 17 – 18 November at The Menzies Hotel in Sydney.
Australian manufacturing must improve how it communicates with the public, keep pace with technological changes, and give its employees the “authority to dream”, attendees at the Sydney Factories of the Future event heard yesterday.
Manufacturers’ Monthly is pleased to announce the keynote speaker of its Factories of the Future breakfast event, to be held on September 10.
Companies that design, create, and sell products must change how they manufacture, and the way they connect with customers.