Over 3,200 square metres, or 50% of exhibitor space, has been sold for AUSPACK PLUS 2013, so get in quick to secure a stand to promote your packaging equipment and services.
National Manufacturing Week (NMW) will include a strong Western Sydney focus when it returns to the Sydney Showground – Sydney Olympic Park on May 8 – 11.
In the face of the high Australian dollar, Prime Minister Julia Gillard has called for the manufacturing sector to renew its productivity drive to meet the demands of the 21st century, and has recognised the role of National Manufacturing Week (NMW) in the industry’s structural change.
Owners of heavy equipment such as plant and vehicles are used to shouldering a huge financial burden for purchase, maintenance and replacement of equipment that has reached end of life.
The one-day NMW 2012 Conference (Wednesday, May 9) will be a star event at this year’s National Manufacturing Week (co-located with Austech and held May 8-11, Sydney Showground – Sydney Olympic Park).
From 8 to 11 May 2012, companies will be showcasing “more than CNC machining” at Austech 2012 in Sydney.
Jupiter Systems will present an Australian and New Zealand Roadshow highlighting the advanced visualisation technology that supports Australia and New Zealand’s mportant infrastructure projects in Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), Security, Emergency, Utilities and Mining.
The “Rockwell Automation on the Move” event in Melbourne will provide industry with a showcase of technology, products and services.
The packaging and processing industry is alive and well, with the news that a third of the floor space for the largest biennial exhibition in Australia has already been sold, even though it won’t be held until 2013.
NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell has backed National Manufacturing Week – Australia’s largest integrated manufacturing industry event as a “crucial” industry event.
NMW brings Australia’s manufacturing industry together to showcase new capabilities while addressing issues affecting the industry’s future.
Safe Work Australia chair Tom Phillips, is encouraging Australians to use the National Safe Work Australia Week to put spotlight on safety in the workplace.
Seventy percent of exhibition space is already booked out for Austech 2012, generating confidence about the state of play for manufacturing in Australia next year.
Australia’s biggest workplace safety exhibition – The Safety Show Sydney to be held at the Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park 25-27 October, is approaching and here is a sneak peak of what to expect.
The Federal Government has announced the Illawarra will host a manufacturing expo latter this month which will give local businesses a chance to meet Government assistance agencies.
AMTIL is now inviting automation companies to exhibit at the Austech 2012 manufacturing and machine tool exhibition.
To be held from 25-27 October, the Safety Show Sydney offers industry a unique opportunity to find the latest OH&S products all under one roof.
While conventional wisdom has it that Australia’s manufacturing industry is suffering with a high local dollar due to the effects of the resources boom, the strong mining sector also offers major opportunities for manufacturers, fabricators and machine shops.
Foodpro, the preeminent triennial food and beverage trade show, will be returning to Sydney on Sunday 10 to Wednesday 13 July.
The conference program has been released for the 12th Queensland Supply Chain and Logistics Conference, to be held in Brisbane in September.