AUSPACK 2015 will feature an impressive list of processing machinery exhibitors from all over the world.
The 30th anniversary edition of AUSPACK, presented by APPMA will be held from 24 March to 27 March 2015 in Melbourne.
The countdown to foodpro 2014 has begun with the iconic triennial event to open on Sunday June 22 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Curiosity about and investment in 3D printing just keeps increasing, but what can you gain from bringing the technology into your business’s operation? Brent Balinski spoke to Stratasys and one of the market leading company’s local re-sellers about the technology.
Australia’s chief scientist, Professor Ian Chubb, will be the first on National Manufacturing Week’s line-up of expert speakers.
3D printing has come as far in Australia as warranting standalone expos and conferences, and this year there are not one but two trade shows dedicated to the technology.
Officially launched on July 1, the Manufacturing & Engineering Institute of Australia aims to be a bridge between established, larger industry associations and small metal manufacturers.
Various German companies are considering the “Industry 4.0” concept, which featured highly at this month’s Hannover Fair.
“Prepare and prevent, don’t repair and repent.” That was the overlying theme of Safety in Action Melbourne 2013, which ended last Thursday after three days of innovative product displays, demonstrations and seminars from industry leaders in workplace safety and OH&S.
The Australian International Motor Show, scheduled to be held in Melbourne in June, has been cancelled, with a lack of sponsorship support from car makers blamed.
Matthew Australasia will demonstrate its range of traceability solutions at Auspack PLUS 2013, at the Sydney Showgrounds from May 7-10.
Safety first, Shaun…
While those words were quipped by the remarkable Bill Nighy mid-zombie apocalypse in Shaun of the Dead, regardless of the extremity, safety indeed comes first.
This year’s Safety In Action – including everything you need to know if you’re serious about workplace health and safety – is only two weeks away.
Victorian Premier Ted Baillieu has praised the return of National Manufacturing Week to Melbourne, saying that its focus is in line with his government’s commitment to manufacturing.
Robatech, Fallsdell, Proseal Australia and Result Packaging are some of the companies heading to Sydney for AUSPACK PLUS 2013.
QMI Solutions will be running a lunch clinic on new technology and innovation in manufacturing at Southern Queensland’s largest energy and mining event.
WorkSafe Victoria has launched a state-wide campaign to minimise musculoskeletal injuries caused through falls and slips at industrial sites.
Markets such as aerospace and mining are still performing strongly, according to machine tooling manufacturers, DMG/ Mori Seiki. This was reflected by the high-tech CNC machining centres on show at Austech 2012.
The WA Safety Show at the Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre 7-9 August will provide an opportunity for manufacturers not only to get a close look at the latest safety technology but also to hear from experts about what the future holds.
Australia is not a cheap place to manufacture, as Boeing Aerostructures Australia managing director John Duddy said in a speech at the recent National Manufacturing Week (NMW) Conference.