With just hours remaining until the doors open on National Manufacturing Week 2011 on May 25, some 550 exhibitors are finalising their preparations for this year’s show.
Reed Exhibitions is offering two free delegate passes to its National Manufacturing Week Conference, May 25 – 26 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. Each ticket covers entry to both days’ programs, and is valued at $990.
The Queensland Safety Show will return to the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre from June 21 to 23 in 2011.
Congratulations to the finalists of Manufacturers’ Monthly’s special 50th Anniversary Endeavour Award – celebrating the Most Innovative Manufacturing Company 1961-2011.
AFTER a challenging year in the manufacturing sector in Australia, Austech organiser AMTIL (Australian Manufacturing Technology Institute Limited) is confident that Austech 2011 – to be held alongside National Manufacturing Week in Melbourne from 24 to 27 May – will again act as the ideal platform for growth for Australia’s advanced manufacturing industry.
Sixteen Taiwanese companies will be showcasing a wide range of products and OEM services at National Manufacturing Week 2011 (NMW 2011) at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre later this month.
Mining might have stolen the economic lime-light away from the Australian manufacturing in recent years, but according to a report released today, Australian manufacturing will continue to be an important generator of economic activity and jobs in the years to come.
Rockwell Automation and Fluke will be holding training courses around Australia on drives and thermal imaging products and techniques for the manufacturing industry.
Phalanx Consulting Group is giving National Manufacturing Week (NMW) 2011 attendees the chance to win an Apple iPad 2 with 3G from their stand – 4609 – at the show in Melbourne in May.
“Building capacity for growth” is the central theme around today’s launch of the QMI Solutions 2011 Manufacturing Skills Conference to be held in Brisbane on 9 June.
Safety may still be a dominant OHS priority for Australian organisations in 2011, but OHS managers are saying companies view it as just one of a growing list of issues that need to be juggled.
A photograph depicting the inside of a Toyota assembly plant as a ‘fantasy factory’ is on display as part of a well-respected photography competition in Paris.
Reed Exhibitions, organisers of National Manufacturing Week 2011 today announces the theme for the concurrent NMW Conference – ‘Embracing innovation for a competitive, efficient and sustainable future’.
There has never been a more important time for industry to be strategic about skills and workforce development, according to Manufacturing Skills Australia (MSA).
Reed Exhibitions is giving away a luxury island holiday in Fiji or Vanuatu, for two people for two nights, to the NMW 2010 attendee who suggests the cleverest tagline for National Manufacturing Week.
Occupational health and safety (OHS) professional body, the Safety Institute of Australia (SIA), will host a Three Minute Thesis Competition as part of the Safety In Action conference in Melbourne.
Electrolube, a manufacturer of electro-chemicals for the electronics, automotive and industrial manufacturing industries, will be using National Manufacturing Week Exhibition in Sydney, Australia as a platform to introduce its exciting new range of products to the market.
Visitor registrations to Australia’s largest workplace safety event, Safety In Action and Melbourne Materials Handling, are up by 20 per cent compared to this time last year.
Wade Leslie, MD of robotics advisory service Robotize, has developed 12 golden rules for robot selection.
The fines imposed on Brodie Panlock’s employer and bullies are a wake-up call for Australian workplaces, says bullying expert Bernie Althofer